The second Energy Future (EF) conference will take place in Sydney, Australia on the 4-6 July 2016 at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. EF conferences provide a unique platform to generate and foster nexus between the scientific world, policy makers, investors, industry and the community.
This second conference will focus on Energy storage – from generation to distribution, and cover international advances alongside an impressive exhibition showcasing advanced energy technologies across the energy sector. The conference now features a session on nuclear energy, to provide constructive discussion on integration of nuclear and renewable electrical power.
The first day of the conference is a great opportunity for delegates to get the latest up to date information on where future energy opportunities and solutions are. Through plenary talks from influential speakers and forum discussions, delegates will find out what is new, what is happening and will have plenty of opportunities to network with peers and colleagues. In depth description of the latest technologies and scientific advances will be addressed during the following two days
EF is Australia’s unique platform where research and industry interaction enables innovation in the energy sector.
Hope to see you in Sydney in July 2016!
Francois Aguey Zinsou
Chair of Energy Future Conference 2016
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Confirmed plenary and invited speakers cover state of the art research as well as high level infrastructure and policy developments across Oceania, Asia and the US, including:
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Energies (ISSN 1996-1073) is an open access journal of related scientific research, technology development and policy and management studies in Energy field. Manuscripts are peer-reviewed and only selected full papers from conference will be published in Energies as a themed issue.
Energy Storage Materials (ISSN 2405-8297) is an international multidisciplinary forum for communicating scientific and technological advances in the field of materials for any kind of energy storage. The journal also welcomes manuscript dealing with materials for clean and versatile use of energy, renewable energy, energy conversion, dissipation and transport in relation to energy storage, as well as with strategies and policies for developing advanced energy storage techniques.
Particle (ISSN 1521-4117) is the new sister journal of the Advanced Materials family of journals and Small. It is an international, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal focusing on all aspects of particle research, from sysnthesis, characterisation and application of particles in a variety of systems and devices. Particles including but not limited to nanotubes, fullerenes, micelles and alloy clusters, organic and inorganic materials, polymers, quantum dots, proteins, and other molecular biological systems. Particle systems include but not limited to biomedicine, catalysis, environmental science, micro/nano-electromechanical applications, micro/nano-fluidics, molecular electronics, photonics, sensing and others.
We would like to thank our sponsors for supporting EF Conference and Exhibition 2016:
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