CEEH is a collaboration between scientists from different research fields, with the mission to develop a system to support planning of future energy systems in Denmark, where both direct and indirect costs related to environment, climate and health are considered. The centre will work with a number of different realistic scenarios for the quantity and type of the future energy production and associated emissions.
NEW DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS: 4 JANUARY 2009
New deadline for the "International Conference on Energy, Environment and Health - Optimisation of Future Energy Systems" which is to take place in Copenhagen on January 27.-29. 2010. A rare interdisciplinary conference which brings researchers from atmospheric physics and chemistry, air pollution modelling, environmental sciences, energy systems, human health and environmental economy scientific communities together.
The aim of the conference is to related to future energy scenarios and the consequences for health, environment, climate change and economy. Focus will be on interdisciplinary support systems for assessment of future energy production and consumption, including direct and indirect costs.
The conference consists of five successive sessions (more info on the sessions is available at the conference website - http://ceeh.dmu.dk):
1: Energy System Modelling. (Keynote speaker: Professor Henrik Lund, Aalborg University, Denmark)
2: Environmental and Health Impacts. (Keynote speaker: Professor Steffen Loft, Copenhagen University)
3: Economic Valuation. Keynote speaker: (Professor Susan Chilton, Newcastle University)
4: Integrated Modelling. Keynote speaker. (Markus Amann, IIASA, Austria)
5: Future scenarios for energy production and consumption.
Submission of abstracts: Extended to January 4, 2009
Early-bird registration: 15 October 2009
Final registration: 1 November 2009.
For further details please visit the website at http://ceeh.dmu.dk.
Lise Marie Frohn, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Strategic Research Coordinator
National Environmental Research Institute, University of Aarhus
Department of Atmospheric Environment
Phone: +45 46 30 11 78
Fax: +45 46 30 12 14
Email: lmf at dmu.dk