Oxford Energy Society - Inaugural Seminar

Date: 
2 May 2012 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Venue: 
Clarendon Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Oxford, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PU
Room: 
Lindemann Lecture Theatre
Audience: 
Advanced

This new student society aims to inform people about the challenges surrounding the supply and demand of energy, and climate change.

The Energy Soc Inaugural Seminar – and Post Seminar Drinks!

The Oxford Energy Society’s first ever event is taking place at 5-6pm on Wednesday the 2nd May (2nd week) at the Lindemann Lecture Theatre (Physics Department, Clarendon Lab, Parks Road).

The event is a seminar of three short talks on three different energy-related topics, and the line-up is as follows:

  • “Turning CO2 Into Fuel” – Prof.. Peter Edwards, head of Inorganic Chemistry.
  • “The Role of Energy Demand in a Low Carbon Future” – Dr. Nick Eyre, Director of the ECI Energy Research Programme.
  • “Future Nuclear Power – Can We Make It?” – Prof. James Marrow, Oxford Martin Professor for Energy Materials.

After the seminar we will be gathering in the Kings Arms for a drink, to give anyone who wants to get involved with EnergySoc an opportunity to find out more about it. We hope to see you there!

For more information contact: 

No booking required.

Email subscribe@energysoc.org to join our mailing list.

Visit www.energysoc.org for more info on the society other events we are organising for this term.