Sheffield Air Symposium (SAS) 2019 brings together contributions from Rresearchers and students working on various aspects of air
pollution such as air pollution monitoring, modelling, measurement techniques, policy and legislation, emission
measurements, health impacts, control and management,emerging low-cost sensors, public engagement and case
The CDT in Energy Storage & its Applications invites you to attend an external seminar delivered by Dr Alex Buckman, Energy Systems Catapult on the "Challenges of the Future Energy System".
The CDT in Energy Storage & its Applications invites you to an external seminar at the University...Read more
The week commencing Monday 15th October marks the start of the University of Sheffield’s Sustainability Week. Each day will see a different talk about how the University is using their power as a research-led university to tackle interlinked social, environmental and economic challenges through ambitious, interdisciplinary thinking.
As part of...Read more
Come and join us for the final pitching event of the Urban Flows Observatory #sensorbuild competition!
Over the past two months, our nine competition entrants have been building prototypes of sensors that can capture data about how energy and resources flow through the city of Sheffield. They now face our panel of...Read more
Networks (as equivalent to graph theory in mathematics) provide a useful language for describing complex systems, where structure of connection among different interacting entities constituting a system is important. Various toolboxes, mathematical/theoretical and computational, to clarify complex networks, from algorithms to detect particular structure of networks to methods and indices...Read more
This event provides the opportunity to learn from highly qualify guests from industry, academia and government, about the wide range of energy storage technologies and their role in new low carbon energy systems. Do not miss the chance to network and discuss your ideas with the current and next generation of...Read more
The objective of the ISNGI symposia series is to commence a co-ordinated global infrastructure research program about long term infrastructure and land use planning and to ensure the best and sharpest minds from industry, government and academia work together to create not only best practice benchmarks but new knowledge to...Read more
Hosted by Dr Asaad Faramarzi (University of Birmingham) on behalf of ENCORE, this workshop aims to create a unique opportunity to discuss and explore ideas from those in industry and academia interested in addressing the above issues in relation to the rapidly-changing expectations and ambitions of the 21st century city. The...Read more
This one day event will focus on the following:
* Network progress to date
* Updates from the our current Feasibility Study awardees
* Plans for the year ahead and the next call for Feasibility Studies
* Research from our Early Career Network
* Industry themed sessions focusing on challenges...Read more
A one day ENCORE workshop hosted by Dr Thilo Gross (Bristol University) which aims to bring researchers in maths, physics and engineering together who have made inroads to this challenge by the developing new approaches to modelling and data analysis. We envision that the synthesis of these and other approaches...Read more