FCH2 2016: Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technical Conference, Birmingham
FCH2 2016: Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technical Conference
Visit us at the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technical Conference on 25-26 May 2016 at Millennium Point in Birmingham.
FCH2 is an annual conference organised by a group of UK universities to provide a platform for fuel cell and hydrogen researchers and industry to meet and discuss new developments, trends and deployment issues.
Conference themes, relevant to both industry and academia, will include:
- Fuel Cells – Materials and Processes
- Hydrogen Production, Storage and Infrastructure
- Socio-Economics, Marketing and Strategy
- Current Fuel Cell Related Projects
- Public Outreach and Engagement
There will be opportunities for brokerage, partnering and networking with others in the industry, researchers and academia, concerning new developments, trends and technological issues.
FCH2 2016 is the only UK platform for academia and industry to meet, share results and discuss trends. 2016 will be the third FCH2 conference, hosted by the National EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Fuel Cells and their Fuels. The event is a collaboration between the University of Birmingham, University of Nottingham, Loughborough University, University College London and Imperial College London.
The conference is also a collaboration between the CDT and H2FC Supergen Hub, which evaluates and demonstrates the role of hydrogen and fuel cell research in the UK and internationally. The hub also studies the impact of hydrogen and fuel cells in low carbon energy systems.
FCH2 2016 Programme
Wednesday 25th May 2016
10:00 – 17:30
- Ian Ward, Birmingham City Council
- Natalie Bennett, The Green Party
- Prof Ferdinand Panik, Hochschule Esslingen
- Dr Alex Martinez, Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells
- Prof Paul Dodds, University College London
- Dr Tony Hart, Hart Materials Ltd
- Dr Phil Hamilton, MIBA/Teer Coatings Ltd
Plus more to be announced.
In the evening there will be an industry brokerage and partnering event, and a conference dinner.
Thursday 26th May 2016
- Matt Dear, London HyFIVE Project
- Celia Greaves, UK Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association
- Stephen Kent, University of Birmingham
- Dr Alexander McNicol, Ceres Power
- Prof Kevin Kendall, Adalan
- Cendrine Marchal, CAMPUS
Plus more to be announced.
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