!All evenings will take place at Campus Groenenborger room T1.03 due to the renovation of building Q at Campus Drie Eiken!
October 2019- March 2020
Nowadays we consider the low carbon economy and society as one of the most important global challenges. This sets high expectations for policy. We are counting on new technologies that can make processes more sustainable and circular. In this Kekulé cycle we focus on innovations which promote this transition. See Programme for more details.
With these topical lectures the Kekulé cycle aims to illustrate the contribution of science and technology to our future.
Let the lectures and discussions inspire you, meet the numerous students and professionals from education, research and industry, participating in this forum.
Chairman of the Kekulé cycle