Dyna diwedd y sessiwn ni heddiw. Diolch i @Prifysgol_Aber am defnydd yr adeulad gwych yma. Amser mwynhau y #sioe2017
That's it from us. Many thanks to @AberUni for letting us use their lovely building here. Off now to enjoy the #RoyalWelshShow
RT @ibers_aber: John Scullion @AberUni up now on soils at the @FlexisProject breakfast @royalwelshshow https://t.co/SFKA7dO1WZ
Our last speaker of the morning, Dr Jon Scullion of @AberUni . Question session next #RoyalWelshShow
Siaradwr olaf ni bore 'ma. Jon Scullion o @AberUni. Cwestiynau i ddilyn #sioe2017
Mae Dr Manju o @cardiffuni yn siarad am gwres o'r ddear #CarbonIsel #sioe2017
Dr Manju about to address the audience on ground source heat #LowCarbon #RoyalWelshShow
Dave Arnott of @BangorUni talks on the effect of policy as part of the Flexis project in @ibers_aber building the the #RoyalWelshShow
Dave Arnott o @prifysgolbangor yn siarad am effaith polisi yn adeulad @ibers_aber nawr fel rhan o Flexis
Andrew Detheridge of @AberUni presenting on carbon in soils at the #RoyalWelshShow
Tro Andrew Detheridge o @Prifysgol_Aber i siarad am carbon mewn pridd #sioe2017
Professor Richard Dinsdale of #unisouthwales introducing Flexis project at the #RoyalWelshShow
Manu Haddad, FIET, is Professor of High Voltage Engineering at the School of Engineering, Cardiff University. He is also Director of the Advanced High Voltage Engineering Research Centre and the Morgan-Botti Lightning Laboratory. His research interests are in overvoltage protection, insulation systems, insulation coordination and earthing of electrical energy systems amongst others.
Dr Petar Igic, Head/Director of the Electronic System Design Centre and Director of EEE Board of Studies, is a Reader at the College of Engineering, Swansea University. He also held the esteemed EPSRC Advanced Fellowship for his study in the field of High Power IC technology development. Petar has 20 year experience of research in power semiconductor devices and technologies, electro-thermal compact modelling, modelling and characterisation of microelectronic power semiconductor devices, power electronics and renewable energy. Dr Igic has been leading Swansea University’s contribution to the £50M Low Carbon Research Institute, a pan-Wales university initiative amongst others.
Professor Alan Guwy is the Director of the Energy and Environment Research Institute (EERI) at the University of South Wales and the Head of the Sustainable Environment Research Centre (SERC). His research is focused on renewable generation of hydrogen, the optimization of anaerobic fermentation to produce bioenergy in the form of hydrogen and methane gas, bioelectricity using microbial fuel cells and bio-electrocatalytic systems water and wastewater treatment and analysis of recalcitrant pollutants.
Professor Andrew R. Barron is the Sêr Cymru Chair of Low Carbon Energy and Environment, where his research involves the application of nanotechnology to fundamental problems in energy research. He is also the founder and director of the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI)
Professor Hywel Thomas is Pro Vice-Chancellor, Research, Innovation and Engagement, Cardiff University. Professor Thomas is also a Professor of Civil Engineering, Director of the Geoenvironmental Research Centre (GRC) and a UNESCO Professor in the Development of a Sustainable Geoenvironment. His research interests cover a wide range of geoenvironmental issues, from coupled multiphysics/geochemistry flow problems in soils and rocks, through to sustainability issues in general.
Nick Jenkins is the Leader of the Energy Theme in the School of Engineering at Cardiff University. Before moving to academia, his career included 14 years industrial experience, of which 5 years were in developing countries. While at University he has developed teaching and research activities in both electrical power engineering and renewable energy. He is a Fellow of the IET, IEEE, the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Learned Society of Wales. From 2009-2011 he was the Shimizu Visiting Professor to the Atmosphere and Energy Program at Stanford University.
Professor Nick Pidgeon is Director of the Understanding Risk Research Group within the School of Psychology at Cardiff University and Professor of Environmental Risk. His research looks at public attitudes, risk perception and public engagement with environmental risks and energy technologies and infrastructures. He is a Fellow of the Society for Risk Analysis and was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the British Science Association in 2011 and an MBE in the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to climate change awareness and energy security policy.
Professor Phil Bowen is Director of Cardiff University's Gas Turbine Research Centre. He worked in the private Energy Sector for 5 years before joining Cardiff University in 1994. He has published over 200 papers and been an investigator on over £30M of research contracts. He is currently a member of the RCUK Strategic Advisory Committee (SAC) on Energy and the IEA Technology Collaboration Programme in 'Clean and Efficient Combustion'. He was DIrector of Cardiff School of Engineering 2012-2015 and is a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales, IMechE and Institute of Physics.