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Following updates in recent guidance and increasing numbers of in-person delegates moving their registration from in-person to online attendance, the decision has been taken to change the Supergen ORE Hub 4th Annual Assembly and ECR Forum from a hybrid format to fully online.

The Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Hub Annual Assembly, now in its fourth year, will be a three-day conference held online from Tuesday 18 – Thursday 20 January 2022.

The conference gives those working in the offshore wind, wave and tidal energy sectors the chance to explore and debate cutting-edge research, find out about the latest opportunities and challenges in offshore renewable energy technologies, and network with the offshore renewable community, including academics, industry professionals and policymakers.


Early Career Researcher Forum

Alongside the Annual Assembly, we are also holding an Early Career Researcher (ECR) Forum on 18 January 2022. The forum is a way for ECRs to come together to share their research and network with colleagues.

This Forum is open to:

  • Post Doctoral Researcher Assistants (PDRAs)
  • Early career academic staff within the first three years of their academic appointment
  • PhD students within 12 months of completion who are exploring a future career in the offshore renewable energy sector.

Find out more about the ECR Forum and register

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