4th Conference in Series in parallel with EFCF 2022
MEEP2022
MEEP - 6 -7 July, Lucerne, Switzerland

Microbial, Enzymatic & Bio-Photovoltaic
Electrochemical Reactors, Fuel Cell & Electrolyser Systems 

Featuring: Materials, Transfer Processes Reactor Design Microbial Electrolysis Scale up Opportunities & Challenges Implementation, Systems Engineering Emerging Applications
Chaired by: Prof. Johannes Gescher, TUHamburg, Germany
More Information
5th Conference in Series joint with EFCF 2023
MEEP2023
MEEP - 5 -6 July, Lucerne, Switzerland

Microbial/Enzymatic Electrochemistry Platform

Featuring: Materials, Transfer Processes Reactor Design Microbial Electrolysis Scale up Opportunities & Challenges Implementation, Systems Engineering Emerging Applications
Chaired by: Prof. Ioannis Ieropoulos, Uni Southampton, UK Prof. Johannes Gescher, TUHamburg, Germany
More Information
Get the
MEEP FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT 2022

MEEP - Microbial/Enzymatic Electrochemistry Platform

The MEEP Symposium covers science and engineering, materials and manufacturing, components and systems, design, testing, integration and applications, for all Microbial & Enzymatic Electrochemical Reactors, especially Microbial Fuel Cells, Electrolysers and Applications. A specially formed Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) consisting of recognized international experts ensures that the contributions are of a high standard, ensuring value and interest for participants of all levels.

MEEP is offering students, researchers, suppliers and industry the opportunity to come together and share information and insights in these interesting and continuously expanding fields of science and technology.

This event will be held alongside the already well established and highly respected European Fuel Cell Forum (www.EFCF.com), offering further opportunities to meet researchers and industry members in other fields of low temperature Fuel Cell & Electrolysers and Hydrogen research from around the world.

Covid Pandemic  News:
from FOPH (Swiss Federal Office of Public Health) here