DEADLINE: Early Bird Registration RE3 Workshop

When Apr 28, 2017
Where Muhammad Ali Center
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Early Bird - through April 28, 2017
- $350 Industry; $250 Academic
- $25 Undergrads; $50 Grads; $100 Postdocs

We would like to invite you and your students to participate in our upcoming 2017 Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Workshop – Defining and Refining the Energy-Water-Food Nexus.  We have put together a wonderful lineup and how that you and your students can join us for the Workshop.

Just a few of the speakers include:

  • Grigorii Soloveichik – ARPA-E, Prog Dir, Renewable energy and water use in production of carbon-neutral liquid fuels
  • Daniel Kammen – U. California, Berkeley, Science & Policy of Decarbonized electricity & food
  • Prashant KamatU. of Notre Dame, The exciting world of metal halide perovskites
  • Jordan Macknick NREL, Alternative futures and the importance of policy
  • Dominique Loqué LBL, Novel approaches to optimize crops for bioenergy and beyond
  • Esther Obonyo – Penn State U., A Data-Driven, Social Entrepreneurship Approach for Scale and Impact in Food Security
  • Yushan Yan – U. Delaware, Electrochemical energy conversion devices including fuel cells, electrolyzers, flow batteries, and solar hydrogen generators
  • David Graves - U. California, Berkeley, Air plasmas to improve nitrogen utilization efficiency
  • Richard Middleton -  (LANL), Climate impacts on ecosystems and changing water supply at the energy-water nexus
  • Jim Pfaendtner – U. Washington, Graduate training and research at the nexus of data science and clean energy
  • Nelson Cardona Martínez - Puerto Rico–Mayagüez, UPRM-USC Center for a sustainable water, energy & food nexus
  • Sheng Dai (ORNL), Task-Specific Materials for Water Desalination and Purification
  • Lauren Greenlee (U Arkansas), Balancing Advanced Materials Design with Scalability for Efficient Water Treatment and Water Splitting Technologies
  • Julie Renner (Case Western U), Strategies for Low-Temperature Electrochemical Ammonia Production
  • Amar Flood (Indiana U), Phosphate Recovery by Capture at Aqueous Interfaces
  • Ulises Martinez (LANL), Earth-abundant electrocatalysts for clean energy applications
  • Daniel Shantz (Tulane U), Materials development for dilute solution capture

The early bird registration is April 28 and we are accepting poster abstracts through May 1st.

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