Autumn 2018 Energy Seminars
Autumn 2018 Energy Seminars by Energy Futures Lab
At midday on Thursdays during the Autumn term, Energy Futures Lab is hosting a series of daytime research seminars featuring staff and students from Imperial College London and further afield.
- 11 October 2018, Vertical farming for food, energy and water security? Dr Zoe Harris, Centre for Environmental Policy
- 18 October 2018, MUSE: A new global energy model - Overview and Application to the Residential Building Sector of the UK, Dr Julia Sachs, Department of Chemical Engineering
- 25 October 2018, Can Ionic Liquids be the solution to our recycling problem? Dr Ola Hekselman, Department of Materials
- 1 November 2018, The fluid dynamics of offshore wind farms: modelling, design and optimal control, Georgios Deskos, Department of Aeronautics
- 8 November 2018, What?s behind my energy bill? Modelling electricity prices, Paulina Rowinska, Department of Mathematics
- 15 November 2018, Tidal lagoon & barrage power plants in the UK: Operation, assessment and optimisation, Dr Athanasios Angeloudis, University of Edinburgh
- 22 November 2018, The shift to merchant renewables: Implications for private investments, Bruno Rauis, Centre for Climate Finance & Investment
- 29 November 2018, The joys of energy, Dr Philipp Grunewald, University of Oxford
- 6 December 2018, Towards a parameter free modelling of electrochemical phenomena at the nanoscale, Dr Clotilde Cucinotta, Department of Chemistry
- 13 December 2018, Reducing the energy consumption and emissions of heavy goods vehicles using kinetic energy recovery systems, Dr Daniel Ainalis, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The event is being held in the Gabor Suite, which is room 611 in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (building 16 on the campus map).
The simplest route to the venue is to enter by the campus thorugh the main entrance on Exhibition Road (by building 17) and cross the lobby to exit on to Dalby Court. The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is straight ahead, enter through the sliding doors and take the lift to the sixth floor, turn right through the double doors and it is near the end on your left hand side.
If you would like more information, or are interested in being involved in future seminars organised by Energy Futures Lab, please contact our Communications Manager, Neasan O'Neill.