10th Energy Colloquium of the Munich School of Engineering

10 years of MSE: Energy Research in Bavaria

According to a current study by dena (Deutsche Energie-Agentur), implementation of the planned energy system transformation will require the integration of new technologies at all levels from local to international. Individual plants and consumers will be just as important as the international interaction of grids and markets in order to achieve the climate policy targets. The integrated energy system transformation includes all regions and sectors. There is currently no shortage of recommendations for action and declarations of intent, but implementation also requires increased
acceptance among the population, which, according to the pilot study, can result from increased local participation and involvement. In November 2019, the Bavarian state government passed a climate protection law with 10 points. The law also stipulates that Bavaria should be climate neutral by 2050. Many researchers and scientists are accompanying this transformation through technological developments, which will be presented at the colloquium. The annual colloquium of the Munich School of Engineering, a cross-faculty institution, highlights the diversity of research activities on energy related topics, done by Bavarian universities. The goal is to connect disciplines, faculties and universities and nurture knowledge and research, as well as to provide a platform for discussion and exchange. The challenging task of the energy transition plays a key role in German energy research and has huge impacts on the future. Therefore the 10th Energy Colloquium of the Munich School of Engineering focuses on the energy research
taking place in Bavaria. The call for contributions to the 10th colloquium of the Munich School of Engineering is now open: doctoral students and young researchers from all energy related research fields are invited to provide an insight into their research concepts, approaches, methodologies and results. It is possible to contribute an oral or a poster presentation. The best three contributions in each category will be rewarded. Furthermore, plenty of opportunities will be available for further discussions and networking.

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Abstract Deadline: 31 January 2020
Notification Date: 28 February 2020
Publication of Programme: 20 April 2020
Poster Deadline: 01 July 2020