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.The conference involves multiple disciplines in technology, science, economy and policy-making. The purpose is to gain a complete view of energy challenges and solutions from a global perspective. Detailed topics can be found here.

Impact of symposium series

Venue
Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Dates
6-9 August 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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Energy7, participants from 56 countries/regions.


ECM6, participants from 46 countries/regions.


ECM5, participants from 30 countries/regions.

1st, China
2nd, Japan
3rd, United States
4th, South Korea


ECM4, participants from 41 countries/regions.

1st, United States
2nd, Germany
3rd, Japan
4th, China


ECM3, participants from 46 countries/regions.

1st, United States
2nd, Germany
3rd, China
4th, United Kingdom

 

ECM2, participants from 48 countries/regions.

1st, United States
2nd, United Kingdom
3rd, Germany
4th, China

ECM1, participants from 39 countries/regions.

1st, China
2nd, United States
3rd, United Kingdom
4th, Germany

 

 

   

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