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Hydrogen & Fuel Cell SUPERGEN Researcher Conference 2015
14th December 2015 - 16th December 2015
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 a Researcher Conference from midday 14th Dec – midday 16th Dec 2015 at the University of Bath. In-line with the ethos of H2FC SUPERGEN, this conference endeavors to bring together the entire hydrogen and fuel cell research community in the UK and beyond.
Following the success of previous years, this conference will be held at the world heritage city of Bath. It will host presentations and posters from researchers, with participation of key academics, industrialists and government/policy advisors working across the field of hydrogen and fuel cells. The conference will provide an excellent chance to network within the community.
The topics will focus on research developments on hydrogen, fuel cells and their applications. The focus is on, but not exclusive 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 & Education
This year the conference will include insights on the future of the industry from key representatives working in government, industry and academia. The discussions will cover the development, the challenges and the exciting opportunities for hydrogen and fuel cell research. Our list of confirmed speakers include:
John Loughhead (DECC, Chief Scientific Advisor)
Kathryn Magnay (EPSRC, Head of the RCUK Energy Programme)
Nick Van Dijk (ITM, Director of R&D)
Subhasish Mukerjee (Ceres Power, Director, Fuel Cell and Stack Development)
Ralph Clague (Intelligent Energy, Head of Systems and Architecture)
Kevin Fothergill (Johnson Matthey, Commercial Director Non-automotive Business)
Ben Madden (Element Energy, Director)
Professor Bjørn C. Hauback (Institute for Energy Technology, Head of Physics Dept.)
Emma Guthrie (Air Products, Hydrogen Energy Systems, Business Development Manager)
Dmitriy Makarov (Ulster University, HySAFER centre, Hydrogen Safety & Storage)
For the conference speakers schedule and other conference events see the H2FC SUPERGEN 2015 Research Conference Programme. The programme also provides a Bath University campus map and Travel Advice.
Registration is now CLOSED.
Please note that the conference fee does not include the cost of accommodation which must be booked independently. Bath is a popular tourist destination this time of the year with Christmas markets and events, so we encourage all attendees to register early to secure a place at a hotel. A list of hotels providing discounted rates for this conference can be found here: HOTELS List and rates in Bath – we advise on early booking to ensure you find a place at the quoted rates. A list of other hotels, information on Bath city attractions can be found on the visitBath link.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS (Ended)
The deadline for submitting abstracts has now passed.
Conference dates: Midday 14th -Midday 16th December 2015
In a world where hydrogen and fuel cells comprise an important part of the global energy portfolio, the H2FC SUPERGEN forms a bridge between academia and industry to help drive innovation and early market deployment of fuel cells.
The conference will be held at the Chancellors’ Building at the University of Bath (BA2 7JP)