NTNU Young Researcher Clean Energy Forum

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NTNU Young Researcher Clean Energy Forum

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Are you a young researcher working in the field of clean energy? Are you interested in meeting other young researchers from different disciplines working in the clean energy topics?

NTNU Young Researcher Clean Energy Forum focuses on bringing together PhDs and Postdocs at NTNU who are working in the field of clean energy for an annual gathering in the form of a symposium.

The forum is initiated and funded by NTNU Energy.

Symposium

About the symposiums

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The topics for the symposium include renewables, CCS, hydrogen production, energy efficiency, societal challenges in energy transition etc.

PhDs and Postdocs can submit their abstracts which will be reviewed and selected for the oral presentations during the symposium. This does not only help the concentrated group of young researchers at NTNU to introduce their current research, but also gives them an opportunity to stay updated about other research topics related to clean energy.

Read the blog post about the 3rd symposium "Seeking creative young researchers working towards a clean energy future".

The 5th annual symposium

The 5th annual symposium

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Date: 25th March
Time: 09.00 -12.00
Place: Online (we hope for a hybrid meeting with pizza if possible)

Register for the event

Associate Prof. Shareq Nazir at KTH is the keynote speaker this year. Shareq initiated NTNU Energy Young Researcher Clean Energy Symposium in 2018 while pursuing his PhD at NTNU. He started his academic career as Associate Professor at KTH in November 2019. The theme for this year’s keynote speech will be “What next? Career developments after PhD”.

For further quires, contact: qiaoqiao.wang@ntnu.no (NTNU Energy)

Join

Join the forum

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You can join the NTNU Young Researcher Clean Energy Forum by joing their closed Facebook group, or you can contact Qiaoqiao Wang.

Read the blog post "Clean energy: Make a difference with other young NTNU researchers" to get an insight into the second symposium that was held in September 2019. 

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