Call for Papers for the symposium “Advanced Battery Power" ends on 31.10.2014
Scientists, developers and engineers meet on 28th -29th April 2015 in Aachen at the international symposium “Advanced Battery Power” to exchange the latest research results, studies and trends and to discuss them.
The Call for Papers for submitting presentation topics and scientific posters ends on 31st October 2014.
"The proposals already received are excellent," says organiser Bernd Hömberg from the Haus der Technik in Essen, Germany, "and we hope that we will break the record with over 200 submissions for the seventh symposium Advanced Battery Power.
The scientific advisory board with its leading international experts from all areas of battery technology will carry out the evaluation and compilation of the programme. Prof. Dr. Dirk Uwe Sauer from the ISEA-Institute of RWTH Aachen and Prof. Dr. Martin Winter from the battery research centre MEET in Munster are the conference chairs.
The two-day symposium Advanced Battery Power is supplemented and rounded off by the preceding battery day NRW on 27th April 2015, carried out under the patronage of NRW Minister for Science, Svenja Schulze.
The Eurogress in Aachen will therefore become the central world stage for international battery research in April 2015.
All information regarding the conference can be found at www.battery-power.eu
Your contact partner for this press release:
Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Hömberg
Head of Department for Electro-Technology
Haus der Technik e.V.
Telephone +49 2 01 – 18 03-249
About the Haus der Technik (HDT)
The Haus der Technik e.V. (HDT) is the oldest technological further education institute in Germany, a satellite institute of the RWTH Aachen University and cooperative partner of the universities of Bonn, Braunschweig, Duisburg-Essen and Munster. It also maintains close contact with businesses and research establishments. The HDT has the legal form of a registered non-profit making association with approx. 1000 member companies and individual members.
Founded in 1927 in Essen, the Haus der Technik today is one of the leading German providers of seminars, training courses, conferences and congresses for specialists and management personnel. Each year, around 17,000 participants use the facilities in Essen and in the Berlin, Munich and Bremerhaven branches as well as many other venues at home and abroad. Companies and associations nationwide also regularly use the head office as a modern congress centre. More than 50 seminar and conference rooms for up to 570 people with state-of-the-art conference and meeting technology as well as comprehensive services are available.
The HDT is traditionally seen as a forum for the exchange of knowledge and expertise. It concentrates on future-oriented core issues with its exemplary and very broad, educational offers in technology and management, vehicle technology, machine construction, electro-technology, energy technology (with a specific focus on the area of wind energy), system technology, chemistry, building construction, medicine, radiation protection, quality management, health and safety at work and environmental protection.
Since 2005, the Haus der Technik has offered courses of study completed with a university degree largely accompanied by practical work. The courses are developed and carried out in collaboration with HDT’s university cooperation partners.
The HDT maintains its own quality management system, which ensures that the high standards are maintained as required by the members of the "Wuppertaler Kreis" as a federal association for professional further development.
Bernd Hömberg | Haus der Technik e.V.
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