International delegates to debate developments in science and technology.
Millennium Point – the multi-purpose venue in the heart of Birmingham’s Eastside district – is set to host the 2015 Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technical Conference.
Organised by the University of Birmingham, the conference brings together delegates, fuel cell and hydrogen researchers and speakers from across Europe to discuss the technical developments and trends within the science and technology industry.
The three half-day event will take place from Monday, 19th May to Thursday, 21st May and the conference themes will include; fuel cells, hydrogen production, socio-economics, current fuel cell projects, public outreach and students projects. The event will also consist of discussions from keynote speakers, networking workshops, breakout and student sessions, as well as refreshments and a conference dinner.
Neil Anderson, director of marketing, communications and events at Millennium Point, says: “We are proud to show our support to this conference for the second year and work with the University of Birmingham once again to host such a prestigious event. The conference allows us to attract people from outside of the city and showcase our ethos of science, technology and learning further.”
Dr Aman Dhir, centre manager at the University of Birmingham’s chemical engineering department, adds: “We are thrilled to have the support of Millennium Point and hold this conference in the heart of Birmingham once again. The conference has been a success for many years and provides an insight in to how fuel cells are powering transport, homes and businesses.
“The event also allows us to showcase the latest developments and network with the UK and International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell community.”
For more information about the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technical Conference and to book tickets, visit www.fch2.co.uk