ECR Net Zero Conference 2024

Booking is now open for this year’s Early Career Researchers’ (ECR) Net Zero Conference taking place on 27 and 28 February at the Birmingham Conference and Events Centre.

Register for your place here. Deadline extended until 1pm on 20 February.

Led by UKCCSRC and supported by the Supergen Bioenergy Hub together with a whole host of organisations working across the net-zero space (C-DICE, CO2RE, EDI+, EDRC, ERA, IDRIC, IGNITE+, HI-ACT, SUSTAIN, UKERC and UK-HyRES)*, this event builds on the success of last year’s conference in Manchester.

The conference will provide an opportunity for ECRs to:

  • meet and network with peers from different research organisations
  • gain knowledge and skills on a range of topics related to net zero
  • build a more collaborative, multidisciplinary community.

A networking dinner will take place on 27 February and there will be an opportunity for ECRs to showcase their research and win a monetary prize.

Our own SHARE (network for ECRs) committee members will be running the parallel session on the cost of net zero, taking place on day 2 (28 February) from 9.30-11am.

The conference is free to attend and will take place in-person with a hybrid option available for sessions taking place in the main room.

You can find more information about the event on the dedicated conference page.

*Organising organisations:
UKCCSRC (UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Community)
C-DICE (Centre for Postdoctoral Development in Infrastructure Cities and Energy)
CO2RE (Greenhouse Gas Removal Hub)
EDI+ (a network for energy researchers to tackle inequalities in research)
EDRC (Energy Demand Research Centre)
ERA (Energy Research Accelerator)
HI-ACT (Hydrogen Integration for Accelerated Energy Transitions)
IDRIC (Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre)
IGNITE+  (Innovation and Growth Needs Inclusion and engagement of all Talent in Energy research)
Supergen Bioenergy Hub
SUSTAIN (Future Steel Manufacturing Research Hub)
TFI Network + (Transforming the Foundation Industries)
UKERC (UK Energy Research Centre)
UK-HyRES (UK Hub for Research Challenges in Hydrogen and Alternative Liquid Fuels)

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