- Frederick Bordry (CERN)
Mr Dolf Gielen (IRENA)
Andreea Strachinescu (EU Commission, Head of Unit New energy technologies, innovation, clean coal of DG Energy)
Dr Masakazu Yoshioka (KEK)
Japan is eager to host the ILC, the International Linear Collider Project. One of the issues in realizing such a large accelerator facility in Japan would be assuring a satisfactory supply of electrical power. As is well known, after the Tohoku - Pacific Ocean Earthquake in March 11, 2011, most Japanese nuclear power plants have been off-line. Prior to that, up to 30% of the demand on the...
Dr Karl-Friedrich Ziegahn (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Chief Science Officer<br>KIC InnoEnergy SE, Chairman of the Supervisory Board)
New technologies and applied innovation in the field of sustainable energy are needed in order to achieve a competitive and climate neutral Europe. As one of the first three Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KIC) of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), KIC InnoEnergy invests in innovation projects and new educational programmes and provides business creation service...
Prof. Fiorenzo Galli (National Museum of Science and Technology Milan)
The world undergoes constant changes, that take place more and more quickly and at a global scale. In Europe, the economic crisis and a new widespread understanding of sustainability pose key questions about development models emerging from industrial revolutions and in the post-industrial era. The subject of energy, and of resources in general, is at the centre of a collective reflection...
Dr Ehsaan Farsimadan (Romonet)
Liam will provide an overview of the current state of data center technology including practical guidance on how best to operate what you already have and how differently you should build new capacity based on recent changes in technology and knowledge. The way data centers are built and operated has changed fundamentally in the last 5 years which has resulted in substantial changes to the...