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A New Era for Canadian Energy is Now
April 25-27, 2023
Edmonton Convention Centre - Edmonton, Canada

CALL FOR POSTERS NOW OPEN

The 2023 Call for Posters is exclusively open to all undergraduate and graduate students from Canadian and international post-secondary institutes.

Participating in the Poster Session at the Canadian Hydrogen Convention Technical Courses is a great way for students to showcase and present their technical research to high-level Canadian and international conference delegates and exhibition visitors.

Accepted poster presenters will be eligible for special rates that will enable them to attend the technical presentations as part of the Technical Courses along with enjoying and taking advantage of the various networking opportunities at the event.

To be considered as a poster presenter, all abstract submissions will need to be submitted and received digitally by Friday, February 10, 2023. Please review the 4 categories below before submitting your abstract.  

 

BENEFITS OF SPEAKING

 

 

 

 

CONNECT WITH TECHNICAL EXPERTS

Meet with leaders from the global hydrogen industry who will benefit from your technical thought leadership.

 

 

 

 

GAIN INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

Be profiled as an expert alongside both Canadian and global hydrogen leaders, innovators and decision makers.

 

 

 

 

ADVANCE HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGY

Share your market-leading expertise, innovations and solutions with exhibitors and visitors of the Canadian Hydrogen Convention.

2023 CATEGORIES

PRODUCTION

INCLUDES BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Carbon capture, utilization & storage
  • Natural gas to hydrogen
  • Steam methane
  • Thermal hydrogen production from nuclear
  • Water

TRANSPORT & STORAGE

INCLUDES BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Chemical feedstock
  • Electricity grids
  • Fuel cells
  • Liquefaction
  • Pipelines

ENVIRONMENT & TRADE

INCLUDES BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Effluent monitoring and mitigation
  • Life cycle assessments
  • Project life cycle strategies
  • Supply chain concerns and constraints
  • Techno-economic assessments 

END USER

INCLUDES BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Airplanes ships and trains
  • Combined heat and power not cogeneration
  • Space heating
  • Heavy transport
  • Policy and regulations