Frontiers in Energy Research

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Frontiers in Energy Research is a series of lectures given by PhD students for PhD students of their energy-related research work.

It aims to disseminate knowledge of ETH Zurich energy-related research activities throughout the research community whilst providing doctoral students with an opportunity to present and discuss their energy-related research activity to the broader ETH research community.

To attend a Frontiers seminar. The lectures are held weekly during the Spring semester on Tuesday afternoons from 4:15pm (excepting Easter), a total of 14 weeks. They are open to the public, free and do not require registration. Attendees are requested to provide constructive written comments on each lecture which are passed (annonymised) to the presenter as useful feedback. Details of planned presentations are below.

ETH PhD students who register for the Frontiers course on myStudies and attend 80% of the seminars gain two credit points. 

To present a Frontiers seminar. If you are an ETH PhD student at an advanced stage of your energy-related research and would like to take the oportunity to present in Spring 2018, please contact the ESC. Full details can be seen on the Presenter Profile.

Frontiers Best Presentation Award

Based on audience feedback, the 'Frontiers in Energy Research Award for Best Presentation' is given after the final seminar of the semester at an Apéro to celebrate the success of this successful series.

Congratulation go to the 2017 joint winners: Prageeth Jayathissa D-ARCH and Benjamin Hohermuth, D-BAUG.

Joint winners in 2016 were Petros Papadopoulos and Michael Kant, both from D-MAVT.  

Photos from the final 2015 presentation and Apéro are on our gallery.

Details of Previous Presentations

Missed an earlier presentation? Most previous seminars are available for download

Next presentations will be in Spring Semester 2018.

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26.06.2017
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