POSTPONED - Energy Materials for the Future - Decarbonisation of Transport
Organised by IOM Communications Ltd on behalf of the Energy Materials Group
New date to be announced as soon as possible.
Energy for transportation (land, sea and air) accounts for approximately a quarter of the global energy demand, the second largest after industrial demand and ahead of domestic.
Decarbonisation of Transport - Energy Materials for the Future will bring together experts to highlight the impact of transport on climate change and examine the role that energy materials can play as a game changer in the transition in decarbonising transport.
This focused one-day programme, organised by the Energy Materials Group of The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining will feature a keynote which will be the Energy Materials Annual Lecture to be given by Professor Clare Grey FRS, University of Cambridge on “Understanding the Materials Challenges and Fundamental Limits for Rechargeable Batteries” invited speakers covering topics on energy sources for transport and on the potential for reuse and recycling.
A poster session will enable early career researchers with the opportunity to describe their latest research on the contributions of energy materials to decarbonise transport. Selected posters will be allocated a 3 minute flash presentation. A prize will be given for the best poster presentation.
Invaluable to energy materials students, early career workers and professionals alike, attendance at the event will count for six hours of CPD.
Confirmed speaker include:
Academic Keynote- Professor Clare Grey FRS, University of Cambridge
Dr Ainara Aguadero, Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London
Stephen Kent, Future Energy Sources for Rail, University of Birmingham
Monica Marinescu, Lecturer, Imperial College London
Emma Kendrick, Professor, University of Birmingham
Richard Sheriden, University of Birmingham
Dr Philip Andreson, Senior Lecturer, Wolfson Centre, Cardiff
Andy Abbot, Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of Leicester
Jenny Baker, EP SRC ECR Fellow and Electrochemical Storage Lead - SPECIFIC, Swansea University