Archive for the ‘I-SEE’ Category

I-SEE: Energy systems models & the role of hydrogen

The workshop on 18 & 19 May will bring together international experts on energy systems modelling & hydrogen

ISEE: All electric aircraft - the future of aviation: Tue 21 Mar

An I-SEE seminar led by Peter Wilson, Professor of Electronic and Systems Engineering

Spotlight on our sustainability research

Our latest 50th Anniversary showcase in London focussed on our sustainability research

I-SEE seminar - Water in the UK: 6 Dec

Dr Dan Green, Head of Sustainability & Innovation at Wessex Water will talk on "Water in the UK – Innovation for the 21st century"

Solid state hydrogen storage for renewable energy systems: 18 Oct

I-SEE seminar on Tuesday 18 October 2016 presented by Professor Gavin Walker, Director Energy Technologies Research Institute, University of Nottingham

Successful CSCT symposium on CO2 utilisation

The symposium was organised in collaboration with I-SEE to celebrate the award of an honorary degree to Professor Michele Aresta in light of his lifelong contributions to carbon dioxide (CO 2) chemistry.

Professor Michele Aresta - hon degree & lecture: Wed 5 Oct

We will be awarding an Honorary Degree to Professor Michele Aresta, after which he will deliver the annual David Parkin lecture. All invited.

I-SEE seminar 15 Mar: Motivated rejection of (climate) science

'Motivated rejection of (climate) science: causes, tools, and effects' with Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, University of Bristol.

I-SEE: Observing the ocean under the melting sea ice: 1 Mar

Free I-SEE lecture with Dr Hanne Sagen,Group Leader/Scientist from the Polar acoustic & oceanography group, Nansen Environmental & Remote Sensing Center (NERSC), Norway

How economics contributes to Climate Change debate

Professor Michael Finus, Chair in Environmental Economics, will give an I-SEE seminar on Tuesday 16 February.

I-SEE - The bewildering world of energy storage: Tue

I-SEE seminar on Tuesday 2 February with Professor Peter J Hall

I-SEE - Myths & misconceptions in carbon management

I-SEE seminar with Peter Phelps, Energy & Environment Manager for the University: 'Myths, misconceptions and misunderstandings in carbon management – a pragmatist’s insight into the world of saving carbon in a University'

Paris climate summit: IPR spotlight

How we are responding to major challenges posed by climate change through our research & activities

How can we embed climate change across Uni of Bath curriculum?

In advance of the Paris Climate Summit our academics and students convened this week to discuss how climate change could be embedded across the curriculum.

I-SEE: An affordable, secure & sustainable UK energy system

I-SEE seminar with Andrew Haslett, Chief Engineer, Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) on Tuesday 24 November

I-SEE/IET seminar - Securing the UK’s energy future: 23 Nov

A special joint I-SEE / IET seminar by Professor John Loughhead FREng FIET FCGI - Chief Scientific Advisor, Department of Energy and Climate Change.

I-SEE - Why coal-exporting Australia wants Paris to fail: Tue

I-SEE seminar with Dr Richard Denniss, The Australia Institute Chief Economist: 'Why Australia wants Paris to fail - a coal exporting country's perspective on plans to cut global emissions'

I-SEE seminar - Climate change: Does it all add up? Tue 13 Oct

Professor Chris Budd OBE, Department of Mathematical Sciences, will be leading a seminar for Institute for Sustainable Energy & the Environment (I-SEE) next Tuesday.

Balancing the costs & benefits of shale gas fracking

Professor Geoff Hammond (Mechanical Engineering) says there is clearly a need to carefully weigh the upsides and downsides of fracking as a new energy resource so as to better inform all the disparate stakeholders.

I-SEE seminar - Living in an uncertain world: Tue 29 Sep

Professor Richard D Pancost, Director of the Cabot Institute, University of Bristol, is leading a seminar for Institute for Sustainable Energy & the Environment (I-SEE).