IERC Conference Leads Intensive Drive to Deliver 2030 Targets
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC), at Tyndall National Institute, has opened registration for their 2020 Annual Conference, which aims to accelerate climate change solutions by bringing together national and international energy experts and researchers.
Dr Alejandro Salgado Montejo, who received his PhD in experimental psychology from the University of Oxford, is the featured speaker at this crucial event. He has extensive experience in the integration of knowledge across neuroscience, psychophysics, and social sciences to understand and predict human experience and decision-making. He will speak on the topic of predicting human behaviour and decision-making.
John Mullins, Executive Chairman of solar power producer Amarenco, will join speakers from Oxford Brookes University; the World Energy Council; Community Power; ICLEI Europe; NS Energy Watch Germany. Speakers will be addressing this year’s conference theme, “A New Decade, A New Frontier: An Intensive Drive Towards Delivering 2030 Targets.”
Professor Tony Day, Executive Director of the IERC said: “The IERC Conference 2020 will take place against a backdrop of key issues for the energy sector. IERC research is delivering breakthrough innovation to meet urgent climate change demands, and partnering with industry accelerates our successes and ensures that solutions are market-ready as soon as possible. Events that blend leading edge research with market-facing companies are vital in encouraging rapid solutions we can all use to fight climate change. We are looking forward to hearing insights from speakers from all over the world at this year’s conference.”
The 9th Annual IERC Conference will take place in Cork, Ireland, and begins with a networking dinner on Wednesday, April 22nd. The main conference takes place on Thursday April 23rd; all events will be hosted at the Maryborough House Hotel. For more information or to register, please visit http://www.ierc.ie
About the IERC
The IERC, at Tyndall National Institute, is a centre of international excellence in integrated energy systems research. With sustainable energy systems at our heart, our mission is to lead research in energy efficiency and low carbon energy delivery to through innovative deep collaborative partnerships with ICT and business. Our focus is on the demand side of energy management and generation, which includes distributed generation and micro-grids.
More about Alejandro Salgado Montejo
I am an entrepreneur (three successful businesses), Associate Professor at Universidad del Rosario in Colombia, member of the Center for Multisensory Marketing at the BI Norwegian Business School, and hold a PhD in experimental psychology from the University of Oxford.
I have worked with several government agencies and with 40 brands in more than 20 countries (e.g., UK, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, USA, Colombia, Brazil). I have published more than 20 research and industry papers in the last few years, taught in over a dozen universities (e.g., University of Oxford, The Royal College of Art, Universidad de los Andes, Universidad del Pacífico), and presented in 100+ international events and venues (SXSW Film Festival, ESOMAR, Federation of European Neurosciences Forum, Fraunhofer Innovation Days, The Royal Institution UK).
I have worked in all consumer goods categories and in several other industry sectors. I have experience in the integration of knowledge from neuroscience, psychophysics, and social sciences to understand and predict human experience and decision-making.
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