Mar 2017: Energy Transitions Workshop at Nagasaki University

A workshop on Energy Transition Pathways for Japan was held with the members of the Faculty of Environmental Science at Nagasaki University. Together we explored probable and desirable transitions pathways for Japan to 2050. This workshop lead to an exchange of ideas, and a sharing of our research interests. Thank you very much to Dr Read more about Mar 2017: Energy Transitions Workshop at Nagasaki University[…]

Feb 2017: Energy Analysis Annual Symposium Presentation and Workshop

As part of the I2CNER Annual Symposium 2017, the Energy Analysis Division (EAD) held our annual workshop. The title of this year’s workshop was: Energy Transition Pathways for Japan. Many interesting and thought provoking presentations were given by I2CNER and visiting professors across the topics of transition theory, social engagement, exergy analysis, solar and geothermal Read more about Feb 2017: Energy Analysis Annual Symposium Presentation and Workshop[…]

Dec 2016: Institute Interest Seminar Series Presentation

The Institute Interest Seminar Series (IISS) was established to provide a platform for I2CNER professors, post-docs, and graduate students to present their research to an audience of peers. The result is an exciting and open exchange of ideas and discussion among researchers which enriches and challenges all who participate. At the 99th IISS, I presented Read more about Dec 2016: Institute Interest Seminar Series Presentation[…]

Nov 2016: Presentation at SEE 2016 Conference in Thailand

From 28-30 November 2016, I attended the 6th International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environment (SEE2016). I gave a presentation in the Energy and Environmental Policies session, entitled “A framework for energy policy evaluation: Renewable energy transition priorities in Australia”. The conference had several hundred attendees from around the world, with presentations covering policy, energy Read more about Nov 2016: Presentation at SEE 2016 Conference in Thailand[…]

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Welcome to┬ámy research homepage. My name is Andrew Chapman, and I am an assistant professor in the Energy Analysis Division of the International Institute for Carbon Neutral Research (I2CNER). The institute is located on the Ito Campus of Kyushu University in Fukuoka City. My research interests span across energy systems, renewable technologies and social equity Read more about Welcome![…]