ABSTRACT SUBMISSION – deadline 15th Oct!
11th – 13th Dec 2017, University of St-Andrews.
We are pleased to announce that the H2FC SUPERGEN is holding its 2017 Researcher Conference from midday 11th Dec – midday 13th Dec 2017 at the University of St-Andrews. Join us at the most significant annual gathering of international hydrogen and fuel cell researchers in the United Kingdom.
Bringing together the entire hydrogen and fuel cell research community, inspiring collaboration and driving innovation.
Hydrogen and and Fuel Cells are gaining an increasing level of attention from both industry and governments in the UK and around the world. This conference will include insights and observations on the status and future of the industry, through presentations from key representatives working in government, industry and academia. The discussions will cover not only the research developments and challenges but also new and exciting opportunities for hydrogen and fuel cell research. Our list of key-note speakers will be publicised soon.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS OPEN
We call for PhD students and early career researchers, along with academics and industrialists to send a half to one page abstracts for the conference detailing their research and giving an overview of the results they wish to present by Sunday 15th October 2016. Please submit your abstract using the submission tab below! Please indicate if your submission is for an oral or poster presentation.
We encourage PhD students, who are not giving a oral presentation, to join the 3-minute-thesis (3MT) competition, summarising their research in a three minute presentation. There will be prizes for the best poster and 3MT presentation.
The topics will focus on research developments on hydrogen, fuel cells and their applications, with focus on, but not exclusivity to, the themes below:
- Theme 1: Hydrogen Production
- Theme 2: Hydrogen Storage
- Theme 3: Fuel Cells
- Theme 4: Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Systems and Applications
- Theme 5: Hydrogen Safety
- Theme 6: The role of hydrogen and fuel cells in the energy system
- Theme 7: Policy, economic and social aspects of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies
Call for Abstracts
Dr Katsuhiko Hirose
Kyushu University and Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan
Head of Built Environment Technology and Systems
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Prof. Henrik Lund
Professor in Energy Planning
Aalborg University, Denmark
Dr Lauren Sammes
Visiting professor at St Andrews University
Low Emissions Research Corporation
Low Carbon Vehicles Policy Team, Scotland
The conference will be held at the School of Chemistry at the University of St Andrews, No 10 (E3) on the map here!
Visitors to St Andrews have a number of options when it comes to travelling to the town. Located on the east coast of Scotland within the Kingdom of Fife, St Andrews can be easily reached from a number of nearby cities via public transport, road and private transfers. International visitors have a choice of airport to fly into, all of which have good links with the town.
For information about getting to St Andrews please see here!
A range of hotels are available at St Andrews.
We have arranged for accommodation to be available at discounted prices. This list can be found here! Please note the booking deadlines, which are set for early November 2017.