23 - 24 September 2019: 1st Energy & Environment Clustering Event, Durham, UK
The European Energy Association EUA and the University of Durham, UK, co-organise the 1st Energy & Environment Clustering Event under the topic 'Energy, environment and us: Circular economy and the role of citizens' from 23 to 24 September.
The conference will provide a unique angle to these topics putting them at the intersection between research, training and institutional engagement. Among the list of confirmed speakers there are representatives from the University of Sussex, the University of Groningen and the Université de Lorraine. Besides, the roundtable session, the Trondheim Living Lab (NO) and the parallel sessions on 'Consumers and Citizens' and 'Circular Economy' will compleate the programme.
Registration to the conference is now open here.
For further information or questions on the event, please contact EPUE.email@example.com
1 - 12 July 2019: eseia International Summer School in Zagreb, Croatia
Join the eseia International Summer School 2019 from 1 to 12 July at University of Zagreb, Croatia, to find a novel approach to smart energy system integration and utilisation of non-conventional biomass.
The eseia International Summer School 2019 will tackle topics such as:
Additional focus will be given to the implementation of the research knowledge, including the creation of a successful EU funding proposal, project management best practices, and the development of International Strategic Partnerships.
Please, find a provisional list of lectures HERE
eseia ISS practical information
Ph.D., master student or young professionals from the field of energy, process, electrical, environmental engineering or related studies are welcome to register for the event.
Applicants are requiered to send a short motivation letter and their CV in euro pass format to Goran.Krajacic@fsb.hr or firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 June 2019.
Attention: Deadline for registration has been extended until 28 June 2019.
The ISS 2019 fee is 200€ + VAT (25%) covering the course materials, lunches, site visits and excursion. Other costs are in the responsibility of the participants. Important: Accomodation can be provided for the whole period (31st June – 13th July) under request at the student dormitories for 195 EUR + VAT (25%) and will be directly paid by participants at dormitory’s reception. To book accommodation, please, provide the following information to the organiser Prof. Goran Krajačić from UNIZAG: Surname, Name, Date of Birth, Gender, Country of Birth, Citizenship, Type of Passport (Passport or Identity Card), Passport Number, Date of arrival and departure. Other bookings of accommodation are available through https://booking.com or https://www.airbnb.com/.