MEETINGS

Meetings

Future meetings

The following list of future fuel and energy related events organised by the Forum is updated periodically.



Carbon Capture and Storage, (CCS), Research Projects funded by the Research Councils and the UK Government, (Provisional Title)

Joint Seminar of the UKCCSRC with the Inaugural Seminar of the FERF Carbon Capture and Storage Interest Group.
Advanced Power Generation and Gasification Interest Groups. Tuesday 12th September 2017, The Edge, University of Sheffield, Sheffield  

Prof. Jon Gibbins 
Carbon Capture and Storage Interest Group Co-ordinator 
Tel : 0114-215-7234 E-mail : j.gibbins@sheffield.ac.uk 
 



Environmental Materials - Sorbents, Filters, Catalysts and Other Materials. 

Seminar of the FERF Environment Interest Group and FERF 2018 Annual Meeting

April 2017, (date to be announced), The Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London

Dr. David J.A.McCaffrey
Secretary of the Fuel and Energy Research Forum
Tel : 01242-236973 E-mail : mail@tferf.org

Dr. Bill Nimmo
Environment Interest Group Co-ordinator
Tel : 0114-215-7213 E-mail : w.nimmo@sheffield.ac.uk





Carbon Dioxide Utilisation 

Seminar of the FERF Advanced Power Generation and Gasification Interest Group

Date and venue to be announced
Dr. Robin Irons
Advanced Power Generation and Gasification Interest Group Co-ordinator
Tel : 07765-896878 E-mail : robin.irons@uniper.energy





The 12th ECCRIA Conference 
The FERF Biennial 3-day Conference 
Wednesday 5th to Friday 7th September 2018, The Queens Building, Newport Road, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales
    

Dr. David J.A.McCaffrey 
12th ECCRIA Conference Chairman 
Tel : 01242-236973 E-mail : mail@tferf.org 

Dr. Robert Berry 
12th ECCRIA Conference Secretary 
Tel : 0208-331-9401 E-mail : r.j.berry@gre.ac.uk



Past meetings

Some presentations from past Forum meetings are available on the past meetings page.

Bursaries

Travel and subsistence bursaries are on offer to full-time students wishing to attend national and international fuel and energy related conferences. The bursaries come with no obligations to the recipient other than to provide a short report about his or her impressions of the conference for inclusion in the next edition of the Forum Newsletter. To apply, please send the abstract submitted to the conference and a brief supporting letter from your supervisor to Prof. John Patrick, University of Nottingham (john.patrick@nottingham.ac.uk). Click here for the Bursary Application Form
 


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