30 Jan – 01 Feb 2019, University of Warwick
Join us at this important symposium with distinguished researchers, industrialists and policy makers presenting their vision for hydrogen and fuel cells globally and be part of the discussions for shaping the future of the sector in the UK.
Bringing together the entire hydrogen and fuel cell research community, inspiring collaboration and driving innovation.
We are pleased to announce that the H2FC SUPERGEN is holding this conference to create a vision for hydrogen and fuel cells in the UK.
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells are gaining increasing levels of attention from both industry and governments in the UK and globally. This conference will be composed of key-note presentations on technology, policy and industry activities around the world, with key international experts presenting the progress in their respective areas of work and their vision for the sector.
Please note, this conference will follow our 2018 Research Conference to be held at the University of Birmingham, 18-19th Dec 2018, in which students and researchers will have the opportunity to give poster and oral presentations instead. We encourage students and early career researchers to attend both conferences.
This residential conference is highly subsidized by the H2FC Hub, please register early to ensure you have accommodation as part of the registration fee.
Day 0, 30 Jan, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm:
Registration, welcome reception and dinner
Day 1, 31 Jan, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm:
Key-note presentations and poster presentations, followed by conference dinner
Day 2, 01 Feb, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm:
Key-note presentations and closing
The full conference programme will be available soon
Registration is now open, please follow this link to register!
– Student: £150
– NON- Student : £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) for 150 people. Please book early to secure a room. Once this quota is full you will be required to make your own accommodation reservations, but still pay the registration fee above for the conference.
Day 0: Wednesday 30th January – Bed & breakfast (reception drinks & dinner)
Day 1: Thursday 31st January – Full day conference and bed and breakfast + Conference Dinner
Day 2: Friday 1st February – Full day conference
- Prof. John Vohs (University of Pennsylvania, USA): Engineering the nanostructure of SOFC electrodes for enhanced performance.
- Chris Stark (Committee on Climate Change, CEO): Scenarios for hydrogen deployment and UK Policy.
- Rita Wadey (BEIS, Deputy Director, Hydrogen Economy): Hydrogen and Fuel Cells activities at BEIS – The vision for the UK
- Dr David Hart (E4tech, Director): The global drive for hydrogen and fuel cells
- Dr Graham Cooley (ITM Power, CEO): Electrolysers: progress in the UK and globally
- Jan Wegener (NOW GmbH, Programme Manager Europe): Developments in green hydrogen production and use in Germany
- Deborah Jones (Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, Director): Grand challenges, key developments and future requirements for fuel cell and electrolyser materials
- Dr Rachael Rothman (University of Sheffield): High temperature hydrogen production and carbon dioxide utilisation
- Nigel Holmes (Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, CEO): Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in Scotland: current activities and future plans
Members of the H2FC Management Board will present on key developments and and provide a vision for hydrogen and fuel cells in their respective areas: Prof. John Irvine (SOFCs); Prof Anthony Kucernak (PEFCs); Prof. Ian Methcalfe (Hydrogen Production); Prof. Vladimir Molkov (Hydrogen Safety); Prof. Tim Mays (Hydrogen Storage).
Prof. John Vohs
Professor of Chemical Engineering
University of Pennsylvania, USA
Committee on Climate Change
Deborah J. Jones
Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier
Programme Manager Europe
NOW GmbH - National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology
Dr David Hart
Dr Rachael Rothman
University of Sheffield
Dr Graham Cooley
ITM Power plc
The Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
Prof. Robert Steinberger-Wilckens
Professor in Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Research
School of Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham
Deputy Director, Hydrogen Economy Team
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Please note the hotel rooms for 150 delegates, which is included in the registration fee, is reserved at the conference venue. You will be reserved a room once you register through the registration link here!
For information on venue please see Warwick Conferences website.
Information on how to get the venue is here.
The nearest airport is Birmingham International Airport, 30 minutes by taxi.