Early registration deadline: 4 Sept ’19
A seminar looking at the future of energy generation, and the roles magnetics will play. Delegates from industry and academia will hear about many types of generation and related subjects, including fusion, wind, and tidal energy generation, and materials, machine design, research directions and more.
The programme is being developed, and there’ll be more details as they’re finalised. A tour of Durham University’s Superconductivity facilities or a short tour of the School of Engineering including the energy conversion and wind tunnel labs will be included in the seminar.
- Dr Arwyn Thomas, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Ltd
- Dr Hamed Bahmani, Durham University
- Mr Chris Riley, Dassault Systèmes
The dress code for the event is business attire / smart casual.
|Time||Session Title||Session Host|
|09:45||Welcome||Arwyn Thomas, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Ltd|
|09:50||Welcome to Durham||Simon Hogg, Durham University|
|10:00||Large Scale Magnetically Geared Generator||Radu-Stefan Dragan, Magnomatics|
|10:30||Tidal Stream Power||Minesto|
|11:15||Magnetic Properties of 6.5% Silicon Electrical Steel and its Applications||Seiji Okabe, JFE Steel|
|11:45||High Performance Magnetic Materials for Sustainable Energy Applications||Jiawei Mi, University of Hull|
|13:15||Electrical Machine Development Trends for Transport and Energy||Stuart Bradley, Energy Systems Catapult|
|13:45||Advances in Electrical Machine Design for Electrification||Jonathan Godbehere,Motor Design Ltd|
|14:30||Superconducting Fault Current Limiters||Xiaoze Pei, Bath University|
|15:00||How Long Should We Wait for Magnetically Confined Fusion?||Damian Hampshire, Durham University|
|15:30||Seminar Close||Hamed Bahmani, Durham University|
|15:40||Tours of Durham University|
|17:00||Latest Tours End|