The Institute for Energy Efficiency at UC Santa Barbara invites you to attend our 2020 Emerging Technologies Review. In this special year, IEE ETR will take place in a series of focused virtual Friday workshops in October. Save the dates for October 2nd, 16th, and 23rd.
The ETR virtual workshops will cover new developments in: Energy Efficient Clouds and Data Centers on October 2nd; Smart Societal Infrastructure on October 16th; and Food-Energy-Water on October 23rd. Each virtual workshop will feature world class experts and leaders in that arena from industry, academia and government.
Day 2: IEE ETR Smart Societal Infrastructure Workshop
Friday, October 16th | 9am-1pm PDT
This virtual ETR workshop will focus on Smart Societal Infrastructure, that is, the evolution of the smart power grid and anything that connects to the grid to support a more sustainable, resilient, and carbon-aware future while meeting the growing electrical power demands of our society. It will include a keynote on electric vehicles and the grid from Dr. Sila Kiliicotte, CEO of eIQMobility, a presentation of the key issues in moving towards a zero-carbon electric grid by David Erne from the California Energy Commission, a power utility update from Gary Barsley from Southern California Edison, a talk on the smart grid and markets from Professor Mahnoosh Alizadeh and a talk on machine learning for energy efficient buildings from building systems entrepreneur and Professor Igor Mezic.
2020 EVENT SPEAKERS
Smart Societal Infrastructure
Sila Kiliccote - eIQMobility: From Demand Response to Fleet Electrification: A Search for High Impact Solutions
Raphaële Clément - UCSB: Towards the Next Generation of Energy Storage Solutions for the Grid and Electric Transportation
Igor Mezic - UCSB: Improving Building Energy Efficiency through Machine Learning
Gary Barsley - Southern California Edison: Southern California Edison Grid Updates / EV Plans
Mahnoosh Alizadeh - UCSB: Real-Time Control Mechanisms for Community Energy Management
David Erne - California Energy Commission: Towards a Zero-Carbon Electric Grid
Panel Session: Towards a Smart Societal Infrastructure Built on a Smart Grid
Moderator: Igor Mezic - UCSB
Mahnoosh Alizadeh - UCSB
Sila Kiliccote - eIQMobility
Gary Barsley - Southern California Edison
David Erne - California Energy Commission
Event TypeEmerging Technologies