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Energy Storage for Marine Applications  Event

marine energy
10:00 - 16:00
4 February 2015
54/5025 Highfield Campus and 175/1007 Boldrewood Campus,

For more information regarding this event, please email Frances Clarke at .

Event details

A research showcase


- Cdr Neil Gibbs, on MOD Technology Delivery and Defence Equipment and Support

- Chris Broadbent (DSTL) with a view of various projects including the Flywheel energy storage device

    • 11.15 - Coffee
    • 11.30 - 13.00 research presentations

- Professor Andy Cruden ‘Energy Storage for Marine use’

- Professor Paul Lewin ‘Towards resilient and reliable electrical energy transmission and distribution in the marine environment’

-Professor Bharathram Ganapathisubramani ‘Fluid flows in Marine Energy (saving) applications’

- Dr Gopal Ramchurn - ‘Appliance Recognition in their energy grids and potential use on Ships’

- Professor John Owen ‘Batteries for Marine Use’

- Professor Suleiman Sharkh ‘Power electronics and electric machines for marine energy applications’

  • 13.00 - buffet lunch/networking
  • 14.30 - tour: Energy Storage Lab, High Voltage Lab and Boldrewood campus marine scavenging vehicles demo by James Bowker and Catherine Hollyhead, 2 of Dr Nick Townsend’s PhD students)
  • 15.15 - Room 175/1007, Boldrewood Tea and wash-up meeting chaired by Simon Gerrard (Industrial Liaison Manager, SMMI)
  • 16.00 - finish
During the showcase - Professor Paul Lewin showing the visitors some of the testing facilities at the Tony Davies High Voltage Lab, University of Southampton
High Voltage and Energy

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Speaker information

Professor Ajit Shenoi,and colleagues from various faculties of the University of Southampton

Chris Broadbent ,DSTL,and colleagues from MOD

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