Prof. Paweł Ocłoń
Presentation Title: Modeling of Renewable Energy System based on heat pump, PVT and underground energy storage
Paweł Ocłoń (PhD. Dr-Hab, Associate Prof of CUT.) works as Associate Professor in the Energy Department at Cracow University of Technology. Prof. Ocłoń recieved prestigues awards for his recent scientific achievements including 1st Degree Award of Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education for Scientific Achievements (2017) – one of the most prestige’s awards in Polish Science. Less than 1% habilitated doctors receive it; 3 years fellowship of Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education for Outstanding Young Scientists (2017-2020).
Prof. Oclon is an Associate Editor of Journal of Cleaner Production (published by Elsevier), and Editor in Chief of Cleaner Engineering and Technology (published by Elsevier), Topic Editor of Energies (published by MDPI) and is a member of Editorial Board of ISI indexed Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, an international journal (published by Inderscience). He was also a Guest Editor of highly ranked heat transfer journlas including: Applied Thermal Engineering (Elsevier), Heat Transfer Engineering (Taylor & Francis), International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow (Emerald), Energies (MDPI), Journal of Thermal Science (Springer). In recent five years he published 44 papers in journals with Impact Factor, and his h-index according to WoS and Scopus is 12.
Prof. Ocłoń was also a Scientific Secretary of 9-th International Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer (ICCHMT2016) in 2016, and 11-th International Conference on Computational Heat, Mass and Momentum Transfer (ICCHMT2018) in 2018. He serves also as an Advisory Board member of Process Integration for Energy Saving and Pollution Reduction (PRES), International Low Carbon Asia (ILCA) and Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES), conferences.
Prof. Oclon is working as Expert Monitor for EASME on H2020 projects. In years 2018-2019 he evaluated final and midterm reports of four projects including one as a leading Expert. He is a coordinator of Horizon2020 RESHeat project.