EHST 2017 will be held in Toronto, Canada on August 21 - 23, 2017.
Authors presenting via poster are to be informed that posters should be between 90 - 110 cm height and 80 - 90 cm width.
Best Paper Award:
Two best paper awards will be conferred to author(s) of the papers that receive the highest rank during the peer-review and by the respected session chairs. Please visit Paper Submission for more information.
Propose Exhibits, Workshops & More
EHST attracts a wide range of researchers in the field of energy harvesting, storage, and transfer. As a prominent company in the field of energy harvesting, storage, and transfer, we would like to offer you an exhibit at EHST. Please visit Events for more information.
We are very happy to announce the following keynote speakers for the International Conference of Energy Harvesting, Storage, and Transfer (EHST'17):
University of British Columbia, Canada
University of Waterloo, Canada
Dr. Curtis P. Berlinguette
Dr. Curtis P. Berlinguette is a Canada Research Chair in Energy Conversion, CIFAR Fellow and Professor of Chemistry and Chemical & Biological Engineering at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Berlinguette completed his PhD in Inorganic Chemistry at Texas A&M University (Advisor: Prof. K. R. Dunbar) and postdoctoral studies at Harvard University (Advisor: Prof. R. H. Holm). He started his independent career in the Department of Chemistry and The Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment & Economy at the University of Calgary in 2006 before moving his program to the University of British Columbia in 2013. He leads a research program dedicated to solar energy conversion, which includes the design of novel nanoscale materials for advanced solar cells and developing economically viable ways of storing solar electricity as high density fuels. Dr. Berlinguette’s program has been recognized with several awards, including an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship and an NSERC E.W.R. Steacie Memorial Fellowship.
Topic of Keynote: Converting CO2 Into Something UsefulKeynote Abstract
Dr. Michael Fowler
Dr. Michael Fowler is a Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Waterloo with a research interest in electrochemical power sources. Specifically his research focuses on fuel cell system design and reliability, fuel cell and battery materials durability and green power systems. His research includes modelling of hydrogen production and distribution systems, including Power-to-Gas. With the University of Waterloo Alternative fuel team he is the co-advisor of the development of a number of fuel cell and plug-in hybrid vehicles. The University of Waterloo is one of Canada's leading comprehensive universities with extensive graduate and undergraduate programs.
Topic of Keynote: Power-to-Gas Pathways to a Fossil Free Energy SystemKeynote Abstract