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22 September 2011 ICPC NanoNet

Webinar: The African Network for Solar Energy (ANSOLE)

Tuesday 27th September 13.00 (BST/GMT+1)

The webinar takes place on Tuesday 27th September, 2011
The webinar takes place on Tuesday 27th September, 2011.
Image Credit: Ansole.

Harnessing solar energy enables us to focus on energy security and move away from our dependence on an ever-depleting supply of fossil fuels from regions that are often destabilised through ownership of these resources. The Institute of Nanotechnology, as lead partner in the EU funded ICPC Nanonet project, is hosting a free webinar showcasing the African Network for Solar Energy (ANSOLE) and the research foci of its members.

The aim of the ANSOLE webinar is to stimulate networking and international research and development cooperation among experts in photovoltaics and solar energy and to promote the ANSOLE Days 2012 conference. It will also provide you with the opportunity to share your research with the global scientific community.

In addition, if you are involved in photovoltaics and/or solar energy research, you are invited to submit a short powerpoint (one or two slides) describing your current research and applications to share with other participants on the day in the Researchers’ showcase.

If you would like to attend, please register here: http://icpc-nanonet.org/. You will need to be a member of ICPC Nanonet to access the registration form. Membership is free.

To attend, all you require is a PC/laptop (not a Mac), a headset with a microphone, and a stable 2mb broadband connection (preferably wired). Full technical support will be given.

Programme

13.00-13.15Downloading of presentations / technical support
13.15–13.30Welcome: The ICPC Nanonet Project
Lesley Tobin, Institute of Nanotechnology UK
13.30-14The African Network for Solar Energy
Dr Daniel Egbe. Coordinator ANSOLE. LIOS, Johannes Kepler University, Linz
Questions and Discussion
14.10-14.50Solar Process Heat & Applications in the Global and African Contexts
Dr Bertrand F.Tchanche (Agricultural University of Athens)
Questions and Discussion
14.50-15.30North to South technology transfer methodologies.
Development of alternative food supply.

Dr Yacoub Idriss Halawlaw, University of N'Djamena, Chad
Questions and Discussion
15.30-16.00strong>Researchers’ showcase
Prof Malik Maaza. iThemba LABS / NanoAfNet South Africa
All participants are invited to showcase their research and current activities

For more information contact: lesley.tobin@nano.org.uk

Visit http://www.ansole.org/ to find out about ANSOLE’s news and events.

Visit http://www.icpc-nanonet.org/ for the region reports and to network with other researchers and organisations.

Browse the open access repository at NanoArchive.

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