ARES will be at SolarPACES 2015 Conference with the poster entitled "Numerical Analysis of Radiation Propagation in Innovative Volumetric Receivers Based on Selective Laser Melting Techniques".
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1 NIGHT, 300 CITIES IN EUROPE!
Demos, workshops, coffee and scientific aperitifs, speed-dating with the researchers, debates and flash talk, and more! To learn about the research and its thirty actors: ordinary people with an extraordinary job!
Results of the EDEN projects and a panel session about the importance of hydrogen storage systems and their applications will characterize the final dissemination event of the EDEN project
Sustainable Places 2015 is an annual event focusing on Energy Efficiency at building, distric and city levels.
HYCELTEC 2015 - V Iberian Symposium on Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Advanced Batteries
The International School of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy organized past advanced study institutes and workshops on different topics.
The purpose of the International School of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy is two-fold:
A seminar at territorial level to spread the knowledge concentrated solar power technologies for the production of renewable energy.
This seminar organized by ARES research unit will present the first renewable energy hybrid system as a leading example demonstrating the use of hydrogen as a clean energy source.
Luigi Crema, head of ARES research unit, has been invited from the Italian Embassy in Seoul to attend a bilateral Symposium on "Hydrogen and Fuel Cells - Current issues and perspectives" between Italian and Korean experts to discuss future way of collaboration in this important topics.
Storing hydrogen in materials is based on the observation that metals can reversibly absorb hydrogen, however practical application of such a finding is found to be rather challenging especially for vehicular applications. The ideal material should reversibly store a significant amount of hydrogen under moderate conditions of pressures and temperatures. To date, such a material does not exist, and the high expectations of achieving the scientific discovery of a suitable material simultaneously with engineering innovations are out of reach.