Lucy receiving her award from the Conference Chairs,
Prof. Ying Fan and Prof. Ernesto DR Santibanez.
Lucy Smith was able to attend after receiving the Research Student’s Travel Grant from the Worshipful Company of Armourers and Brasiers and present research on the life cycle assessments of high and intermediate temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cell material structures. In addition to this, the Advance Resource Efficiency Centre, led by Prof. Lenny Koh, were able to showcase the SCEnATi (Supply Chain Environment Analysis Tool) to an international audience.
A wide range of key note speakers gave their thoughts on issues such as smart systems, relief chain management, energy investment and technology evaluation. This paved the way for an interesting collection of presentations on similar topics from other academics.
The conference was attended by academics, student and industry representatives allowing for interesting discussion and future collaboration opportunities.
Lucy was awarded the Best Paper Award, in recognition of the professional excellence of the paper for ‘Life cycle assessments and environmental profile evaluations of high and intermediate solid oxide fuel cells’ by L. Smith, F. Yang, T. Ibn. Mohammed, I. M. Reaney, D. C. Sinclair and S. C. L. Koh.