ahstc-cstha xviii colloque / conference
1-3 November 2013
UQAM, Montreal, Ontario

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Energy and Society: An Energy Rich Canada in an Energy Hungry World

  • Call for Papers CSTHA 2013 UQAM (PDF) Updated 2013 June 12 NB: ANY TOPIC WILL BE CONSIDERED, NOT JUST THOSE DEALING WITH ENERGY.
  • Submit proposals: Individual / Session
  • Registration (Early deadline: October 24)
  • Programme (Updated 2013-10-29) / Abstracts
    • Keynote Public Lecture: Prof. H.V. Nelles, “Light Switch: Towards a History of the Second Enlightenment” (Poster / Abstract)
      But for the aesthetic pleasures we draw from waterfalls, geysers and fireworks, we value energy not as a good in itself, but rather for the work it can be made to do. In recent time we have produced a good deal of energy and put it put to work making light. This talk will venture some thoughts on why the earth has begun to glow in the dark. Open to the public.
      7:00pm Friday 1 November, UQAM, Room D-R200, 1430 rue Saint-Denis
  • Membership information
  • Accommodations in Montreal:
    • Days Inn Centre-Ville
      Conference Rate:     $79 / night and must be booked by Sept. 30 Oct. 7.   Use code :  cgcirs
      Address:  215, boul. Rene Levesque Est, Montreal
      Phone:  514.393.3388    /    1.800.668.3872

Send all questions to conference@cstha-ahstc.ca

ahstc-cstha xviii colloque / conference
1 au 3 novembre, 2013
UQAM, Montreal, Ontario

ÉNERGIE ET SOCIÉTÉ: Un Canada riche d’énergie dans un monde énergivore

  • Appel de communications AHSTC 2013 UQAM (PDF) 2013 juin 12 NB: ANY TOPIC WILL BE CONSIDERED, NOT JUST THOSE DEALING WITH ENERGY.
  • Propositions: individuelles / séances
  • Détails sur l’inscription (Early deadline: 24 octobre)
  • Programme (Updated 2013-10-29) / les résumés
    • Conférence publique: Prof. H.V. NellesLight Switch: Towards a History of the Second Enlightenment” (Poster / Abstract)
      But for the aesthetic pleasures we draw from waterfalls, geysers and fireworks, we value energy not as a good in itself, but rather for the work it can be made to do. In recent time we have produced a good deal of energy and put it put to work making light. This talk will venture some thoughts on why the earth has begun to glow in the dark. Open to the public.
      7:00pm Friday 1 November, UQAM, Room D-R200, 1430 rue Saint-Denis
  • Adhésion
  • Hébergement à Montreal:
    • Days Inn Centre-Ville
      Conference Rate:     $79 / night and must be booked by Sept. 30. 7 oct.  Use code :  cgcirs
      Address:  215, boul. Rene Levesque Est, Montreal
      Phone:  514.393.3388    /    1.800.668.3872

      web:  www.daysinnmontreal.com/

Envoyez toutes les questions à conference@cstha-ahstc.ca.



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