Join us 8 – 9 June 2022 at the University of St Andrews for our first in-person annual research conference since 2020, bringing together hydrogen and fuel cell researchers to discuss the latest topics in the field.
Our distinguished plenary speakers include:
- Dr Qiong Cai, University of Surrey – her research focuses on multi-scale materials design for energy conversion and storage applications including electrolysis hydrogen production, fuel cells, batteries, and CO2 conversion.
- Sara Walker, Newcastle University – is Professor in Energy, Director of The Centre for Energy, in the School of Engineering, and UKRI Hydrogen Systems Research Challenges Co-ordinator. Her research is on energy efficiency and renewable energy at the building scale.
- Anthony Kucernak, Imperial College London and co-founder of hydrogen start-up Bramble Energy – brings his extensive experience across aspects of research aspects of solid polymer electrolyte fuel cells, supercapacitors, and the design of new electrochemical techniques.
- Tim Mays, University of Bath, Director of the Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment, H2FC Supergen Hub Co-director and UKRI Hydrogen Research Challenges Co-ordinator.
Topics and the full list of final speakers will be confirmed soon.
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We look forward to seeing you in St Andrews.