Thermoelectric Network

The next UK Thermoelectric Network Workshop will be held at the University of Warwick on the 6th May 2020. There will not be a registration fee, but delegates will need to register in advance of the meeting - details will follow in the coming weeks.

Venue

The venue will be: Room MS.03, Maths and Statistics, Zeeman Building, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7HP​​ 

Programme

We are planning a programme with 12 talks, including 4 invited talks, and a poster session.

Invited speakers
1. Giovani Pennelli, University of Pisa

Nanostructured silicon for thermoelectric generation

2. Kees de Groot, University of Southampton

Thin film chalcogenide thermoelectric materials

3. Ernst Bauer, Tech. University of Vienna

Title to be confirmed

4. Ryoji Funahashi, AIST Japan

Thermoelectric Modules and Applications



Contributed Talks and Posters
Contributed presentations, oral and poster are welcome. Please submit an abstract (maximum 200 word text and an optional figure) using the template provided, and send as a Word document to
n.neophytou@warwick.ac.uk
With the subject: ‘UK Thermoelectric Network – abstract submission’

Please see the ABSTRACT TEMPLATE- CLICK HERE

 
Exhibits/Displays
Space will be available for a number of exhibits/displays. If you are interested in please contact
n.neophytou@warwick.ac.uk

 
Tutorial Session:  Tuesday 5 May 2020
A tutorial session will be organized on Theory, Simulation and Software Development on the afternoon of Tuesday 5th of May; details will be available shortly


Reaching University of Warwick
For participants who will reach University of Warwick by air, the University is 15 minutes away by from the Birmingham International Airport.

The University is also within 10 minutes by car from the Coventry train station and the Tile Hill station.


Parking
Parking Spaces in the Visitor car park of the University are reserved and prepaid (see map of campus:
https://warwick.ac.uk/services/carparks/where/where_can_i_park_september_2019_map_v2.pdf).

Please specify at the entrance that you are participating in the ‘UK Thermoelectric Network Workshop’.

The reserved Visitor Car Park is opposite the old Sports Centre/Exam Centre.    
·         On arrival at the University of Warwick, follow the highway signs to Central Campus.
·         Once there, follow the “Reserved Visitor Parking” sign, to where your space is reserved. Ignore any “Central Campus Parking FULL” signs you see – they don’t apply to reserved visitors.
·         Drive to the entrance of the Car Park and speak to the parking attendant (mention Thermoelectric Workshop) who will give you access to the reserved parking area. You will be provided with a reserved visitor pass. Please note parking will be paid for you.
·         Zeeman building is just a few minutes’ walk from the reserved visitor parking (direction North West).

 
Accommodation
The campus has two hotels, Radcliff and Scarman Houses. Please book directly with the university:
https://warwick.ac.uk/services/conferences/bedrooms/


INDUSTRIAL SPONSORS

Contributed Talks and Posters


Please submit an abstract (maximum 200 word text and an optional figure) using the template provided, and send as a Word document to n.neophytou@warwick.ac.uk
With the subject: ‘UK Thermoelectric Network – abstract submission’


ABSTRACT TEMPLATE- CLICK HERE

MEETING POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE


Thermoelectric Network UK Meeting 2020


Wednesday, 6 May 2020

University of Warwick


REGISTRATION

​FREE


Still to open


PROGRAMME


To be finalised


VENUE

Room MS.03, Maths and Statistics, Zeeman Building,

University of Warwick,

Coventry, CV4 7HP​