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TOPICS (including but not limited to)

  • Renewable energy: solar energy (A or B), wind energy (A), bioenergy (A or B), and other renewables.
  • Clean energy conversion technologies: fuel cells and electrolyzers (A or B), conversion of petroleum/gas/coal to high-valued materials and chemicals (A), hybrid energy systems, such as the combination of intermittent renewable energies and nuclear heat storage for load following, chemicals/materials/fuel production (A or B), multi-energy carrier energy systems (A or B).
  • Energy storage: grid-scale batteries (A), battery management systems (A), fuel cell/ electrolyzer management systems (A), pumped hydro/compressed air (A), thermal energy storage (A or B), distributed energy storage (A).
  • Nuclear energy: innovative concrete solutions and civil constructions (A), application of robotics and AI (A), shipyard constructed floating reactors (A), small modular reactors and micro-reactors (A or B), fast neutron reactors (B), fusion reactors (B).
  • Mitigation technologies: Carbon capture and sequestration (B), nuclear waste (A), solar waste (A), battery waste (A), reduced-CO2 production of cement, bulk metals and chemicals (A or B).
  • Intelligent energy systems: smart grids (A), ultra-efficient/superconducting power transmission (B), wireless power transmission (B); electrification of transportation and industrial production, such as electric cars/trucks (A or B), electrified air flight (A or B), microwave/plasma/electrochemical processing (A or B).
  • Sustainability of energy systems: Environmental monitoring (A), social mobilization (A), consensus building (A), governmental policy making (A), international coordination (A).
  • Sustainable geoenergy: geothermal (A or B), gas hydrate (A), unconventional natural gas (A), LNG, reducing methane and CO2 emission (A) of oil and gas sector, sustainable geoenergy development and management (A).
  • Food, water and air: water and air treatment (A), reduced-CO2 production of food (A), Water-Food-Energy Nexus (A).


To be invited to present at this symposium, please upload one of the followings: a file (<20 MB) containing a video or voice file (≤10 min), or a Powerpoint presentation (≤30 slides), or a traditional abstract (300-1000 words) or a short version paper (≤6 pages), with up to three supplemental files, that explain how and why your work matters to A or B. The submission format is very flexible. The manuscript will be reviewed by symposium organizers for acceptance to the conference.

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An Excellent Example of Video Submission from Ph.D. student Katharine V. Greco ( and Professor Fikile R. Brushett ( ) at MIT

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Note: We intend to record presentations and upload them to YouTube for knowledge sharing purposes. On the submission page, please add an additional sentence following your completed abstract in the Abstract Table; either granting permission for your presentation to be recorded and uploaded, or requesting that your presentation not be recorded









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