Call for Contributions - "Science & Skills for Renewables Integration"
EUA and the UNI-SET consortium have launched a Call for Contributions for the 5th UNI-SET Energy Clustering Event hosted by KU Leuven. The topic of the conference, which takes place from 31 May until 2 June 2017 is "Science & Skills for Renewables Integration".
The organisers are welcoming proposals for contributions for parallel sessions based on the event’s theme of Renewables Integration.
- Download the Call for Contributions
- Deadline for submissions is Friday, 7 April 2017.
- All applications need to be submitted through the online form.
- Preference will be given to contributions from universities participating in the UNI-SET Universities Survey and EUA member universities.
Parallel sessions (good practices)
UNI-SET aims to highlight good practices of universities to facilitate mutual learning and exchange. The organisers are looking for projects and activities with an innovative approach to research, education, training, innovation and/or collaboration. Preference will be given to activities with a multidisciplinary and/or collaborative approach.
UNI-SET therefore welcomes university contributions for Parallel sessions which intend to present:
- Good practices and case studies of innovative, multidisciplinary and collaborative research or education actions in relation to renewables technology and renewables integration;
- Institutional energy initiatives cutting across the activities of different departments, faculties or centres dedicated to energy.
Presenters will be given 10-15 minutes for their presentation and are encouraged to use a story-telling approach that allows the audience to learn from the experience of the presenter.
- Research & Training for Energy Storage Solutions
- Demand response, smart grids & metering, consumers
- ICT, Big Data and Digital Solutions for Renewables
- Grid interconnection at the regional and international level
- Education, Training and Skills for the Renewables Sector
- Universities in Local Initiatives for Renewables