Forschung und Perpektiven
AKE-Tagunsband auf der DPG-Frühjahrstagung 2016 in Regensburg
This year’s programme of the Energy Working Group (Arbeitskreis Energie, AKE) comprises 13 sessions which deal with energy technologies based on geological, biological, chemical and physical research in conjunction with engineering developments. Two of these sessions, arranged by the AKE, are joint sessions with the CPP and UP divisions, respectively. Furthermore, the Robert-Wichard-Pohl prize talk by C. Buchal (Tuesday) and the plenary talk by R. Schlögl (Friday) are associated to the programme. The sequence of sessions is imposed to some extent by constraints in the availability of the speakers and in designing joint sessions (...).