Ammonia is being increasingly recognized as a potential energy vector for decarbonizing the global economy. However, there is still much that is unknown about its potential for large-scale deployment. As a result, research on this topic is being conducted around the world. The University of Orléans is actively engaged in this research, and is now hosting an international conference on the subject. The conference will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest scientific and engineering advances related to ammonia as an energy vector.
The conference is being organized by an international scientific committee, which will ensure that a wide range of innovative research will be presented. The conference will be open to researchers at all career stages, from students to established scientists, and will include both oral presentations and poster sessions. The goal is to encourage multidisciplinary collaboration and the exchange of ideas, and to ensure that research on this important topic is widely disseminated.
Registration deadline: July, 1st, 2023
– Registration: 220 € VAT 10% incl.
– Conference dinner: 60 € VAT 20% incl.
More information: https://ammonia-energy.sciencesconf.org/