12 - 13 January 2012
This two-day symposium will feature a selection of scientific lectures in the field of emerging energy systems. There will be a focus on bio-approaches including microbial fuel cells and biophotovoltaic research. Lectures will be given by some of the world's leading scientists from Singapore and the UK. The symposium is being co-organised by Nanyang Technological University (NTU), the British High Commission (BHC) in Singapore and the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
Attendance at the symposium is free although delegates are asked to register using the registration link. The symposium will appeal to both academic and industrial scientific audiences with an interest in emerging energy systems. Student participation is strongly encouraged, and students will have the opportunity to present their work during a poster session.
The UK invited speakers are as follows:
- Professor James Barber (Imperial College London)
- Professor Shanwen Tao (University of Strathclyde)
- Dr Adrian Fisher (University of Cambridge)
- Dr Alison Parkin (University of Oxford)
- Dr John Varcoe (University of Surrey)
- Dr Eileen Yu (Newcastle University)
The Singapore invited speakers are:
- Professor Li Chang Ming (Nanyang Technological University)
- Professor Lin Jianyi (A*STAR Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences)
- Professor Liu Bin (National University of Singapore)
- Assistant Professor Chen Xiaodong (Nanyang Technological University)
- Assistant Professor Fan Hongjin (Nanyang Technological University)
- Assistant Professor Su Pei-Chen (Nanyang Technological University)
In addition, Philip Earis, editor of Energy and Environmental Science will be giving a short talk during this symposium.
Nanyang Technological University, the British High Commission in Singapore and the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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Contact and Further Information
Dr Sarah Thomas
International Programme Manager - Asia
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WF
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 432164, mobile: +44 (0) 7825 186291