Hydrides as Energy Materials - HydEM 2016 is a point of reference for scientists of energy materials science, and focus is on new hydrogen-containing materials for fuel cells, batteries, hydrogen storage, and conversion of CO2 into fuel.
Aarhus University is situated in the centre of the second largest city in Denmark, Aarhus, and offers easy access from three airports: Aarhus airport (50 min by bus), Billund airport (1.5 h by bus), or Copenhagen airport (3 h by train). How to get here
250 euro (early registration) / 300 euro (late registration), including lunches, dinners, coffee breaks, poster sessions, a certificate for participation (2 ECTS) from Aarhus University and access to all documentation for each oral presentation at HydEM 2016.
Hotel La Tour A/S *** (approx. 75 euro/night) or Hotel Scandic City ***** (approx. 130 euro/night).
Mark Paskevicius - email@example.com
Torben R. Jensen - firstname.lastname@example.org
iNANO and Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University
Marianne Sommer - email@example.com
Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University
c/o Marianne Sommer
Department of Chemistry, Bldg 1511-216
DK-8000 Aarhus C