Friday, September 6, 2013
Lehigh University | Mountaintop Campus
Iacocca Hall | Wood Dining Room
One of society’s most pressing concerns is to find ways to meet its skyrocketing energy demands. The solution to this challenge must be technically and economically efficient, while limiting impact on the environment. The development of advanced electricity systems — the so-called "smart grid" — will be a key part of the solution.
Society's future energy infrastructure will arise through technology development and investment that integrates advances in renewable energy, energy storage, and electric vehicles. Such development, however, requires input and perspective from diverse fields, including computer science, mathematics, industrial and systems engineering, electrical engineering, and economics. This workshop seeks to advance broad academic and industry collaboration in areas that are of interest on the national level.
The workshop is open to interested academic, industrial, and government professionals interested in the development of research opportunities in this field. (Note: graduate students may only attend if their faculty advisor submits a brief letter supporting their attendance.)
Please follow the links in the column to the right to look back and see all of the presentations from the workshop.
INE Research Cluster
P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science
IN COLLABORATION WITH:
IEEE - Lehigh Valley Section
LU Office of Advancement
LU Energy Systems Engineering Institute