Oxford Energy Society - Inaugural Seminar

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

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.