The global energy concerns of depleting fossil fuels and climate change puts forward great challenges for the researchers. The need is to pause, take stock of current status in research and development in energy and have brainstorming sessions to set guidelines for the future path. Department of Energy Science and Engineering, IIT Bombay announces the 6th International Conference on "Advances in Energy Research" to provide an excellent platform to know, exchange new ideas, discuss new developments and finally look at the challenges ahead.
Topics within the scope of this conference include:
Renewable, Alternate and Conventional Energy, Advanced Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage, Energy Modelling, Simulation, Energy Management, Policy and Economics, Emerging Energy Technologies, Smart/Micro Grids, Energy and Environment.
|₹ 6500 + 18% GST
|USD 300 (inclusive of GST)
|Before Nov 30, 2017
|₹ 8000 + 18% GST
|USD 400 (inclusive of GST)
|After Nov 30, 2017
|₹ 4000 + 18% GST
|USD 175 (inclusive of GST)
|Before Nov 30, 2017
|₹ 5000 + 18% GST
|USD 200 (inclusive of GST)
|After Nov 30, 2017
|₹ 10000 + 18% GST
|USD 500 (inclusive of GST)
The papers accepted for presentation (both oral and poster) will be published in Springer Proceedings in Energy.
Please note that these papers from the conference will be published by Springer as a proceedings book volume.
Springer will conduct quality checks based on plagiarism, language, and AI generated content on the accepted papers and the authors will be given a chance to update their submissions based on these checks. Please note those papers that do not pass the publisher's quality checks may not be published.
Here are some important points regarding the proceedings:
1. The final version of the manuscript with any changes will be requested from the authors after the conference is over. Only papers/posters presented during the conference will be published.
2. Please make sure as authors, you take permission to reuse if you are using content/fig/data from previously published work even if it's your own.
Dr Srivastava has over thirty years of experience in the fields of energy and environment, including climate change, policy and economics. She has a Masters in Economics from the University of Hyderabad and a Ph.D in Energy Economics from the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India. She is a member various national and international advisory boards on climate change, sustainable development, energy and environment.
Mr. Ajay Kumar Dwivedi is a post-graduate from Kanpur University, has a distinguished career of more than 34 years in ONGC, holding key exploration-related assignments at different work centers. Mr. Dwivedi has headed a number of exploration portfolio, and has huge knowledge of geophysical and geological interpretataion. Mr. Dwivedi has played pivotal roles in the Management Committees of various NELP blocks.
Prof. Huot obtained his Ph. D. in Physics from Université Laval. He is a professor at Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières and member of Hydrogen Research institute. He was Canadian representative of the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) Coordinated Research Project (CRP) entitled Application of Nuclear Methods in Microstructural Characterisation and Performance Testing of Materials for Hydrogen Fuel Cell and Storage Technologies.
Prof. Greig is a Chemical Engineer having obtained his degree and PhD at the University of Queensland and is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering. His 25 year industry career commenced as the founder of a successful process technology and contracting company which was later sold to a major international engineering company. Since then and prior to joining UQ, he held senior project and executive roles in the mining and energy industries internationally.
Prof. Gottschalg obtained a Diplom in Physics from the University Karlsruhe, Germany, followed by a MSc in Renewable Energy Systems Technology at Loughborough University and a PhD on environmental effects on the performance of photovoltaic devices. In October 2004, he was awarded an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship. Ralph is leading the Applied Photovoltaics research group within CREST since 2001. His key interests are performance relevant effects on photovoltaic (PV) devices, modules and system.
Dean Yadama’s work focuses on understanding the social, environmental, and health challenges of rural poor in the regions of South Asia, Central Asia, and China. He is also collaborating with Center for Economic and Social Studies and UNICEF in India to leverage system science and dissemination and implementation science for understanding child and maternal undernutrition. He has published on transdisciplinary research to tackle complex problems at the intersections of poverty, environment, and health.
Experts from the areas including compressed and solid state hydrogen storage will share their research work in the workshop. The talks will include simulation and design of compressed and solid state hydrogen storage tanks, different prospective materials for hydrogen storage and various challenges in the field.
Three different microgrid scenarios will be focussed
Independent: remote, no connection to the grid
Grid back-up: connected to the main grid, connection provides power for unforeseen periods
Grid dependent: electricity is periodically imported from the grid
Talk by senior editor from SPRINGER about scientific writing, hints and tips for publishing in top journals, and
processes for book publishing.
This workshop helps students/budding writers/prospective authors in their scientific writing career.
|INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
|NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
|Dr. Ashok Gadgil, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA
|Prof. Devang Khakhar, IIT Bombay
|Dr. Cliff Ho, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
|Mr. A. S. Pradhan, NPCIL, Mumbai
|Prof. David Cahen, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
|Dr. R. Gopalan, ARCI, Chennai
|Prof. Dominic Foo, University of Nottingham, Malaysia
|Dr. Naushad Forbes, Forbes Marshall, Pune
|Prof. Dr. Detlef Stolten, Forschungszentrum Jülich, German
|Prof. S. C. Srivastava, IIT Kanpur
|Prof. Francois Marechal, EPFL, Switzerland
|Prof. Asutosh Sharma, Secretary, DST, New Delhi
|Prof. Jacques Huot, University of Quebec, Canada
|Prof. Pradip Dutta, IISc, Bangalore
|Prof. Nitash Balsara, Universtiy of California Berkeley, USA
|Dr. R. B. Grover, Homi Bhabha Chair Professor & Member, AEC
|Prof. Prasad Enjeti, Texas A&M University, USA
|Dr S. P. Gonchaudhuri, NBIRT, Kolkata
|Prof. Pratim Biswas, Washington University in St. Louis, USA
|Prof. Vijayamohanan Pillai, CSIR - CECRI, Karaikudi
|Prof. Ralph Gottschalg, Loughborough Universtiy, UK
|Dr. Anuradda Ganesh, Cummins, Pune
|Prof. Rizwan Uddin, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA
|Prof. Sankar Bhattacharya, Monash Universtiy, Australia
|Prof. Rangan Banerjee
| Prof. J. K. Nayak
|Prof. Santanu Bandyopadhyay
|Prof. Shireesh Kedare
|Prof. Chetan Singh Solanki
|Prof. Manoj Neergat
|Prof. Pratibha Sharma
|Prof. Prakash Ghosh
|Prof. Sagar Mitra
|Prof. Suryanarayana Doolla
|Prof. Suneet Singh
|Prof. Manaswita Bose
|Prof. Shaibal Sarkar
|Prof. Rajesh Gupta
|Prof. Balasubramaniam K. R.
|Prof. Sankara Sarma Tatiparti
|Prof. Dayadeep Monder
|Prof. Srinivas Seethamraju
|Prof. Venkatasailanathan R.
|Prof. Zakir Hussain Rather
|Prof. Lalit Kumar
|Prof. Anish Modi
|Prof. Pavan Hari
|Prof. Sandeep Kumar