The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) has just landed the February 2014 Asia Pacific Symposium on Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion.
The event is the brainchild of Professor Chris Greig, Director of University of Queensland (UQ) Energy Initiative and Professor George Zhao from the UQ School of Chemical Engineering.
University of Queensland is one of a number of universities worldwide who are leading the way in advancing electrochemical energy storage and conversion technologies.
“UQ’s leadership in initiating this conference in the Asia Pacific Region is an attempt to focus attention on this critical technology and the current world leading research, innovation and commercial development progress going on at the present time,” said Professor Greig.
February 2015 will see the International Conference on Emerging Nanomaterials (ICEAN) take place at the centre, followed by The International Mesostructured Materials Symposium (IMMS) in August that year.