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The ECCM conference 2020 goes digital

26 Jun 2020

The third Dutch conference on ElectroChemical Conversion & Materials (ECCM) will take place online. Are you interested in the latest developments on electrification, electrochemistry and the energy transition? Join us on Friday 26 June. You can still sign up.

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Our international experts will start the conference by introducing the state of the art in ElectroChemical Conversion & Materials. Together, they will discuss the role of ECCM in the energy transition, sharing the viewpoint of China, Germany, the US and the Netherlands.
In the second half we will take you through some of the most prominent national initiatives in the field and the developments expected in the coming years.

The yearly ECCM conference is organized by the ECCM advisory committee, appointed by the Dutch government.

DETAILS OF THE ONLINE CONFERENCE

Friday 26 June 2020, 13.00 – 16.30

Please note: we might not be able to accommodate everyone, so make sure to reserve your place by registering as soon as possible.

INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS

  • Dr Kathy Ayers, Vice President Research and Development, Nel ASA / Proton Onsite, United States
  • Dr Jiang Kejun, director of the Energy Research Institute (ERI), National Development and Reform Commission, China
  • Jochen Wermuth, Climate Impact Investor, Germany
  • Marjan Minnesma MBA, Director Urgenda

NATIONAL GUESTS

  • Prof Richard van de Sanden, Chair of the ECCM committee and Director of DIFFER
  • Prof Paulien Herder, Professor of Energy Systems, Delft University of Technology
  • Prof Guido Mul, Head of the PhotoCatalytic Synthesis group, University of Twente
  • Prof Earl Goetheer, Sustainable Process & Energy Systems, TNO

MORE INFORMATION

Check out the website for more information about the conference. 

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  • chemical
  • formulation
  • separation
  • process
  • modular

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