Mission Statement
This symposium series facilitates the multidisciplinary study of energy challenges from an international perspective; it is becoming the leading conference in energy research.

Introduction
This event is the Eighth International Symposium on Energy with the focus on technology. Energy technology is an interdisciplinary field dealing with the efficient, environmentally friendly, economical and safe extraction, conversion, transportation, storage and use of energy, targeted towards yielding high efficiency while skirting side effects on human, nature and the environment. Detailed topics can be found here.

Impact of symposium series

Venue
Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Dates
9-12 April 2018

 

In memory of two Jameses

 

282 years (1736-2018) since the birth of James Watt, a Scottish Inventor. The unit of power, watt, was named after him. Since James Watt improved efficiency of the steam engine, human civilization relies more and more on a steady energy supply.

 

200 years (1818-2018) since the birth of James Prescott Joule, an English physicist. The unit of energy, joule, was named after him. James was born in Salford, a metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester.

 

Who should attend?
Attendees include engineers and scientists in all technological fields related to energy challenges and solutions.

Previous symposia
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ECM6 2016 Participants from 46 countries.

1st, United States

2nd, Japan

3rd, United Kingdom

4th, Germany


ECM5 2016 Participants from 30 countries.

1st, China

2nd, Japan

3rd, United States

4th, South Korea


ECM4 2015 Participants from 41 countries.

1st, United States

2nd, Germany

3rd, Japan

4th, China


ECM3 2015 Participants from 46 countries.

1st, United States

2nd, Germany

3rd, China

4th, United Kingdom

 

ECM2 2014 Participants from 48 countries.

1st, United States

2nd, United Kingdom

3rd, Germany

4th, China


 

ECM1 2014 Participants from 39 countries.

1st, China

2nd, United States

3rd, United Kingdom

4th, Germany

 

 

   

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