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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

Department of Physics

The 3rd Winton Symposium will be held on September 29 2014 at the Cavendish Laboratory on "Global Challenges for Science and Technology"

Preliminary Programme

Registration from 9:00

Session I

Professor Richard Friend Welcome to the 3rd Winton Symposium 09:30 09:35
Professor Joseph Heremans Solid state heat engines and waste heat recovery 09:35 10:20
Professor Nina Fedoroff Food and Civilisation 10:20 11:05

Tea break

Session II

Dr Simon Bransfield-Garth Empowering the rural African consumer 11:30 12:15
Professor Winston Soboyejo New Frontiers in Materials for Global Development: From Health to Energy and the Environment 12:15 13:00

Lunch and Poster Session

Session III

Professor Richenda Van Leeuwen Towards Sustainable Energy for All - innovation for energy access and development 14:30 15:15
Professor David MacKay The Global Calculator 15:15 16:00

Drinks Reception from 16:00

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