Scientific Sessions

afThe 2nd day of the event, October 12th 2017 is devoted to peer – viewed presentations and discussions on relevant to energy and climate change research topics, as in all previous years.

Themes and topics can be found at the relevant link of Participation, as well as infromation about the abstracts and papers.

Draft agenda

Αvailable Conference DRAFT agenda 19sept2017.

SESSION 1: ENERGY – CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES
Prof. Krzysztof WARMUZINSKI, Institute of Chemical Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences,  Poland

Prof. Evaggelos DIALYNAS, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

KEYNOTE  SPEAKER

Current trends in CO2 capture , by Prof. Krzysztof WARMUZINSKI, Poland

SPEAKERS
Nature, Energy and Citizenship

Prof. Thor Oivind JENSEN, University of Bergen, Norway

Tax incentives for conservation of land and forests – reviewing Australian and Canadian experience

Dr. Evgeny GUGLYUVATYY, Southern Cross University, Australia

A Model for Natural Gas Consumption Forecast

Milica IVIĆ, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Hydro power and the environment: From power vs nature to sustainable energy

Dr. Ole Andreas BREKKE, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway

Implementing carbon free ferry technology on West Coast Norway

Prof. Tom SKAUGE, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences , Norway

Coffee break
SESSION 2: ENERGY – CLIMATE CHANGE – RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
Prof. Thor Oivind JENSEN, University of Bergen, Norway

Prof. Milton TYPAS, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Prof. Nikolas KALOYANOV, Technical University of Sofia , Bulgaria

SPEAKERS
Simulation of an absorption solar cooling system for Batna, Algeria

Prof. Mounir AKSAS, Faculty of Material Sciences – University of Batna, Algeria (TBC)

Renewable energy storage in closured mines in northern Spain

Dr. Javier Menéndez RODRIGUEZ, SADIM, S.A., Spain (TBC)

Comparative analysis among preferable EE scenarios

Aliki-Nefeli MAVRAKI, Energy Policy and Development Centre, NKUA, Greece

Incorporating behavioral barriers into energy efficiency scenarios for Greece

Dr. Popi KONIDARI, Energy Policy and Development Centre, NKUA, Greece

End of  Scientific Conference on Energy and Climate Change
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