Birmingham Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technical Conference 19-21 May 2015

The Pure Energy Centre is delighted to be involved in the organising committee of the University of Birmingham Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technical Conference 2015. Below are the information about the conference.

Birmingham Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technical Conference 19-21 May 2015

The University of Birmingham Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technical Conference 2015 will be held at the Millenium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG on the 19th – 21st May 2015. The conference opens on 18th May 2015 with an afternoon Industry Brokerage and Partnering Event together with evening Welcome Reception, held at The Studio, Birmingham.

Birmingham Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technical Conference 19-21 May 2015 themes include

• Fuel Cells – Materials and Processes
• Hydrogen Production, Storage and Infrastructure
• Socio-Economics, Marketing and Strategy
• Current Fuel Cell Projects
• Public Outreach
• Students Projects

19th May 2015 – Millenium Point

09:00 – Conference Opens
09:15 – Keynote Speaker Talks
12:45 – Lunch and Poster Session
14:00 – Parallel Sessions on Fuel Cells 1, Materials and Processes 1, and Hydrogen 1
16:00 – Parallel Sessions on Fuel Cells 2, Materials and Processes 2, and Hydrogen 2
17:30 – Refreshments, Networking and Student Posters
19:00 – Conference Dinner at The Studio

20th May 2015- Millenium Point

09:00 – Keynote Speaker Talks
12:45 – Lunch and Poster Session
14:00 – Parallel Sessions on Fuel Cells 3, and SUPERGEN HUB White Paper Energy Security
17:30 – Refreshments, Networking and Student Posters

21st May 2015- Millenium Point

09:00 – Student Sessions on Strategies, Fuel Cells 1, and Hydrogen 1
11:00 – Student Sessions on Public Outreach 1, Fuel Cells 2, and Hydrogen 2
12:30 – Lunch and Poster Session
14:00 – Student Sessions on Public Outreach 2, and Socio-Economics
16:00 – Refreshments, Networking and Student Posters & Presentation Awards
16:30 – Conference Closes

One-page A4 abstracts are invited for submission of student oral and poster presentations. The abstract should include objectives and methodologies of research as well as the most significant results in order to allow a scientific assessment of the work by the organising and scientific committee. The abstract may include any topic on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to s.sharma.1@bham.ac.uk. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 10th April 2015.

For full programme and conference registration details use the following link :

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/chemical-engineering/energy-chemical/fuel-cells/news-events/Fuel-Cell-Hydrogen-Technical-Conference.aspx