2017 Emerging Technologies Review

May 31, 2017  |  9:30am | ESB 1001
Various Speakers
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The Institute for Energy Efficiency (IEE) at the University of California, Santa Barbara invites you to attend the annual all-day 2017 Emerging Technologies Review on Wednesday, May 31st. This review will feature 14 distinct speakers and topics, covering new developments in areas of energy and energy efficiency. 

Divided into four separate sessions, industrial and academic speakers will cover a broad range of topics in Production & Storage, Computing, Sustainability, and Electronics & Photonics. 

 

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2017's EVENT SPEAKERS:
John Bowers - (slides available) Welcome Address and Institute for Energy Efficiency Overview
Mahesh Morjaria - Sustainable Energy: Solar Power's Transition into a Mainstream Generation Resource
Galen Stucky - Efficiency Charge Storage with Battery-Supercapacitor Hybrids
Jose Salazar - SCE Mira Loma Battery Energy Storage project with Tesla
James Rogers - Building an Ambient Africa
Chandra Krintz - Making the Internet-of Things (IoT) Efficient with Edge Clouds
Mahnoosh Alizadeh - Electricity Demand Side Management for a Sustainable Future
John Martinis - Quantum Supremacy: Checking a Quantum Computer with a Classical Supercomputer
Sangwon Suh - Global Environmental Assetment of Low-Carbon Technologies
Roland Geyer - Lifecycle of PV-Battery Microgrids
Chong Liu - Photo and Electrical Water Treatment and Mining
Geza Kurczveil - High Efficiency Data Center Optical Interconnects

 

Event TypeEmerging Technologies