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Durham University

Durham Energy Institute

Events

Monday 23 September 2019

EUA 1st Energy & Environment Clustering Event

9:00am to 5:00pm, Ken Wade Lecture Theatre, Calman Learning Centre, Durham University, DH1 3LE, Various

The first “Energy & Environment Clustering Event”, hosted by Durham Energy Institute at Durham University and facilitated by the EUA Energy & Environment Platform, will focus on the need for new skills and knowledge for the energy and climate transition. It will also highlight the crucial mindset change needed to increase efficiency in the use of raw materials and reduce harmful emissions. The concept of the circular economy and the important role of consumers will be addressed.

Contact EPUE.platform@eua.eu for more information about this event.


Wednesday 25 September 2019

DEI Annual Research Symposium - 10 Year Anniversary - Where Energy Meets People

10:00am to 5:30pm, Ken Wade Lecture Theatre, Calman Learning Centre, Durham University, DH1 3LE, Various Speakers

DEI’s headline remit throughout the ten years since its foundation has been ‘science and society’. DEI promotes world leading science, social science, humanities and engineering, and brings them together to develop synergies wherever they are found. DEI has been the leading truly interdisciplinary energy research institute in the UK, if not internationally. Today we celebrate ten years of bringing people together, and thinking differently about energy. Registration is essential for catering purposes via EventBrite.

Contact lynn.gibson@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


Thursday 24 October 2019

DEI Seminar Series: Identifying the variables preventing a target based EV re-charging infrastructure, for a given city or country

1:00pm to 2:00pm, TBC, Professor Colin Herron

Cities around the world are in a transition from the incumbent method of vehicle propulsion, the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) to E-mobility. E-mobility is not a defined product, but a technology trajectory to remove ICE from transport, which in this presentation I define as cars and small vans, as in cities they are the dominant form of transport by volume.

Contact lynn.gibson@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


Wednesday 30 October 2019

Magnetics in Future Energy Systems

9:00am to 5:00pm

A seminar looking at the future of energy generation, and the roles magnetics will play. Delegates from industry and academia will hear about many types of generation and related subjects, including fusion, wind, and tidal energy generation, and materials, machine design, research directions and more. For further information please visit https://bit.ly/2U55WJK


Tuesday 24 March 2020

Geopressure 2020

Managing Uncertainty in Geopressure by Integrating Geoscience and Engineering.

24 March 2020: Field trip
Led by Richard Swarbrick and Jack Lee to North Yorkshire

25 and 26 March 2020: Conference
Durham University, UK

Call for Abstracts: Deadline 6 December 2019


If you would like to be added to our events mailing list, please email lynn.gibson@durham.ac.uk providing your name, role and organisation.