The International Conference on Energy and Sustainable Futures (ICESF) 2019

9:00 AM 9 September - 5:00 PM 11 September 2019
Nottingham Trent University , Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom

Event details

The conference is intended for experts in the field from industry and academia; as well as research students and early career researchers will also include keynote and invited plenary papers from internationally renowned speakers from industry and academia. The conference will also include in parallel the third University Alliance Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA) Energy Summer School for PhD researchers and DTA3 research fellows from more than 14 UK universities.


Themes and scope

The conference includes the following themes:

  • Renewable and clean energy generation.
  • District heating, thermal storage and geothermal technology.
  • Materials research for energy innovation.
  • Energy efficiency and demand side management.
  • Sustainable consumption, recycling and reuse.
  • Energy conservation in buildings.
  • Applications of infrared thermography in energy research.
  • Energy management policy, economics and social science applications.
  • Optimisation of energy systems.
  • Artificial intelligence in energy applications.
  • Smart cities and intelligent buildings.
  • Water conservation and management.
  • Transportation technology and management.
  • Internet of things in energy applications.
  • Materials research for energy innovation.
  • Energy demands, future trends and its environmental impacts.
  • Solutions for by-products of energy generation.
  • Sustainable and resilient cities.
  • Clean energy conversion technologies.
  • Applications of infrared thermography in the energy research.
  • Advances in modelling, simulation and visualisation of energy systems.
  • Cross-thematic areas between energy and bioscience.
  • Energy management policy, economics and social science application.
  • Condition monitoring technology.
  • Energy and sustainability in the MENA region.
  • Enabling technologies for efficiency improvement and Internet of things.
  • Batteries and Energy Storage
 
Submissions

Abstract submission
A one page abstract is required and should include: title, authors name and 200 to 400 words.

Please prepare your abstract using the abstract template

Abstract submission is required by 29 March 2019 for reviewers’ consideration.

Submit your abstract to ICESF@ntu.ac.uk

Full paper submission
Full papers should include a maximum of six pages in total. 

Please prepare your full paper using the full paper template

Submit your paper for review to ICESF@ntu.ac.uk

Poster submission
If your paper is accepted for poster presentation, please prepare your poster using the poster template

Submit your poster for review to ICESF@ntu.ac.uk

Best papers award
For each theme an award will be given. The award excludes keynote and planetary papers and papers co-authored by the selections committee members.

Submit your abstract