Elastomer Use in Sustainable Energy Generation

23 Mar 2021

Elastomer Use in Sustainable Energy Generation

Rubber Heart is proud social media sponsor of the Iom3 Rubber in Engineering Group.

This online technical meeting held on Friday 19th March 2021 organised by the Rubber in Engineering Group (RIEG) of IoM3 examined the use of elastomers when used in sustainable energy generation.

Programme:

13:30 (UK time) Introduction – Prof James Busfield, QMUL, UK

  • Research on Geothermal Energy – Why do we need it? How do we get it?
    Dr Ashley Johnson, Schlumberger, UK
    johnson2@slb.com
  • Elastomeric materials for energy and harvesting applications
    Professor Christopher Bowen, University of Bath, UK
    msscrb@bath.ac.uk
  • Inflatable elastomer membrane structures for wave energy devices
    Tom Mackay, Tension Technology International Ltd, UK
    mackay@tensiontech.com
  • Walkersele X-Gen: Seal Developments for Offshore Wind Energy
    Shing Hon Wong, James Walker & Co, UK
    shing.hon.wong@jameswalker.biz
  • Commercial Rubber-based Triobelectric Generators for Environmentally Viable Energy Harvesting Applications
    Injamamul Arief, Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden, Germany
    arief@ipfdd.de

16:00 (UK time) – Event Close

Visit the RIEG website here: IOM3 | Elastomer Use in Sustainable Energy Generation

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