Registrera eget event
Uppgifterna du fyller i kommer att granskas av en administratör och måste godkännas innan ditt event blir synligt i kalendariet.
The information you enter will be reviewed by an administrator and must be approved before your event becomes visible in the calendar.
- Detta event har redan ägt rum.
Sustainable Energy Symposium
6 december, 2017, 09:00 - 8 december, 2017, 16:00Gratis
The world needs to change the primary energy production from fossil fuels to renewable sources. Chalmers University of Technology and Molecular Frontiers Foundation are proud to announce a unique conference on sustainable energy with the aim to gather leading scientists, policy makers and the interested public in discussions about future energy possibilities. The three-day program includes presentations and discussions about novel solar, storage, battery and sustainability technologies. You are cordially invited to take part in this important event – Welcome!
“Climate Change and innovative paths to a sustainable future”
Nobel laureate in Physics 1997, former United States Secretary of Energy. Stanford University, United States
Dame Julia King
The Baroness Brown of Cambridge DBE
Sir Richard Friend
“How can molecules function as semiconductors?”
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Daniel G. Nocera
“Fuels and Food from Sunlight, Air and Water”
Harvard University, United States
“Quantum Dot Light Emitters: from displays to enabling a new generation of energy conversion systems”
University of California, Berkeley, United States
“Singlet Fission for Solar Cells”
University of Colorado Boulder, United States and Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
“How do we transition an entire country’s energy system to renewables?”
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
California Institute of Technology, United States
“Thin film solar cells – achievements and challenges”
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
“Materials science for electrochemical storage: Achievements and new directions.”
Collège de France, France