ETP is hosting its 7th Annual Conference on Monday 29th October 2018 at the Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC) at the University of Strathclyde.
This year, the conference is centred around ETP’s PhD Students, their academic supervisors and sponsoring companies as well as all members of ETP universities. It will be an informative and interactive day where keynote speakers provided the context for a variety of presentations and interactive sessions; an opportunity to network with other energy students, and for students to take part in a poster competition.
The day features breakout Theme Sessions hosted by the ETP Theme Coordinators and ETP Business Development Managers. These sessions provide an opportunity to engage with other academics and students working in the theme with each session becoming a mini-conference spotlighting the current thrust of research in the Scotland.
2018 also marks the 10th anniversary of ETP so the conference will be a chance to look back on 10 years of research excellence as well as looking at the future innovation these students and researchers are inspiring.
This event is free to attend.
- Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Chair of ETP
- Professor Dame Anne Glover, President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
- Dr Heather Reid, Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society
- Claire Mack, Chief Executive, Scottish Renewables
PhD Poster Competition - Prize Winners
1st Prize - Despina Yiakoumi, University of Aberdeen
2nd Prize - Maja Persson, University of Edinburgh
3rd Prize - Ioannis Antonopoulos, Heriot-Watt University
Theme Session - Presentation Prize Winners
Carbon Capture & Storage - Jonathan Scafidi, University of Edinburgh
Energy Conversion & Storage - Maja Persson, University of Edinburgh
Energy, People & Society - Eleanor Smith, University of Strathclyde
Energy Utilisation in Buildings - Sahar Mirzaie, Heriot-Watt University
Heat and Power - Fiona Todd, University of Edinburgh
Marine - Mitchell Borg, University of Strathclyde
Oil & Gas - Gabriele Chinello, Glasgow Caledonian University
Solar - Cosma Gottardi, University of Glasgow
Wind - James Cairns, University of Glasgow