H2FC 2019 Conference

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30 Jan – 01 Feb 2019,  University of Warwick

We are pleased to announce that the H2FC SUPERGEN 2019 Conference will be held from 30 Jan – 01 Feb 2019 at the University of Warwick. Join us at the most significant annual gathering of hydrogen and fuel cell researchers and industrialist 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 increasing levels of attention from both industry and governments in the UK and globally. This conference will bring together key international experts from academia and industry, and key figures in the UK government, to present a vision for hydrogen and fuel cells in UK. 

The whole conference will be composed of key-note presentations on technology, policy and industry activities around the world. We invite researchers and students to participate and present posters at this conference –  abstracts submission and registration will be open soon.

 

CONFERENCE AGENDA

Day 1, 30 Jan, start 6pm – 22pm: registration, welcome reception and dinner

Day 2, 31st Jan, 9am-6pm: key-note presentations and poster presentations, followed by conference dinner (7pm-11pm)

Day 3, 1st Feb, 9am – 3:30pm: key-note presentations and closing.

 

REGISTRATION (will open soon!)

Conference Fees: Students £150,  Non-Students £250 

This is a residential conference largely funded by the H2FC Hub. The registration fee includes accommodation and all meals for the duration of the conference (2 nights and two days).

 

PRESENTATION THEMES

The topics will focus on research and commercial developments on hydrogen, fuel cells and their applications, with focus on the following areas:

  • 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

 

Further information on the Programme and Speakers will be made available here soon.