In climate policy and energy transition research, industry and politics have to work hand in hand to tackle the biggest problems. At this event, the three panelists will continue the discussion they started back in January and include the changed geopolitical framework.
Developing future scenarios and revising quite incidentally physics and chemistry knowledge? Possible during the Pentecost and summer holiday program for pupils in grades 8-10 organized by e-conversion and partners.
In this online symposium organized by Prof. Achim Hartschuh, experts discuss how to analyze and optimize energy storage / conversion related materials and their photo- and electrochemical activities on the nanoscale.
What are the best ways to successfully transfer the knowledge of energy research to industry or the general public? Join our panel discussion and listen to the ideas of experts from science (e-conversion), industry (BMW) and politics (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen).
Join the last talk of our Lecture Series "Energy of the Future" - this time with experts on eMobility and mobility research. Online and hopefully also on-site at the LMU Center for Advanced Studies (CAS).
Munich offers a wide range of student labs and extracurricular learning places at museums, universities and research institutions as the e-conversion cluster. Join the virtual open day of the MUC-Lab Association and get to know them all!
The e-conversion Graduate Program is going to start with a Kick-Off meeting on December 6, 2019 at the Vorhoelzer Forum. The program allows the PhD students to build up a scientific and personal network and to join a wide range of activities.
With the goal to foster collaboration between the University of Cambridge and Munich, we are excited to invite you to the workshop "Emerging Hybrid 2D Materials: shaping opportunities from quantum engineering to energy applications."
The Cluster of Excellence e-conversion will be part of the "Tag der offenen Tür" of the LMU Faculty of Physics. On Saturday, May 4, 2019, from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, the Faculty of Physics of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München will open its doors.