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Welcome to the Umeå Renewable Energy Meeting 2014!

Final programme for download


For the sixth time the Chemical Biological Centre (KBC; www.kbc.umu.se) at Umeå University, Sweden, organizes the Renewable Energy symposium. This time it will be organised from 17-19 March 2014. Nearly 200 registered participants. 


The meeting aims to strengthen and display our efforts towards research in the renewable energy field that is carried out within several strong research environments and research programs at Umeå University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences: Solar Fuels, Artificial Leaf Project, Bio4Energy (www.bio4energy.se), BioImprove (www.bioimprove.se),  and Trees and Crops for the future (www.tc4f.se).

The symposium will cover a broad range of topics including global energy and climate aspects, artificial and natural photosynthesis, hydrogen production by microorganisms, and bioenergy.

We will start the symposium on 17 March in the morning around 9 am, and the meeting will run until afternoon on 19 March.

We welcome international participants to our interdisciplinary meeting, as well as PIs, post docs and graduate students of KBC. The poster session and selected poster presentations are important parts of the program. The meeting has been growing over the years and in 2013 we had 250 participants. The symposium is organized together with the KBC graduate school. PhD students will receive 1 ECTS certificate from KBC research school, if they participate with a poster contribution at the meeting.

We hope to meet you in March 2014 in Umeå!

The Organizing Committee
Ludvig Edman, Thomas Wågberg, Johannes Messinger, Leif Jönsson, Hannele Tuominen, Per Gardeström, Göran Samuelsson

For your information:
Programme folders from former meetings:
Umeå Renewable Energy Meeting 2010
Umeå Renewable Energy Meeting 2011
Umeå Renewable Energy Meeting 2012
Umeå Renewable Energy Meeting 2013


Picture: Jan Lindmark

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 March 2014 09:52