ESEI Seminar Series

 

lOCATION: lEHIGH uNIVERSITY

 

rOOM: STEPS 101

 

tIME: 4:30- 5:30 pm

 

 

 

9/6/17 "The BEST Time to be in Energy- seminar Series Kickoff”
Rudy Shankar, Ph.D., MBA   Director, Energy Institute at Lehigh University

 

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9/20/17 "1547 Standards evolution, 1999 to 2015. What are the requirements for interconnecting distributed energy resources with the grid."
James M. Daley P.E. DGCP (Retired) division engineer asco power technologies, IEEE

 

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October 4: “Convergence of innovation and basics in buildings: energy efficiency, renewable energy and much more”
Temur Akhmedov, LEED AP, CEM, Director of Energy Solutions at Warren Energy Engineering LLC

 

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October 18: "Advanced Conversion Technology Overview"
Eric Weiss, Environmental Consultant (Solid Waste Management). gershman, brickner & bratton inc.

 

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November 1: "Can Capacity Markets be Designed by Democracy" 
Kyungjin Yoo, Energy Management and Policy Option PSU

 

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November 15: "Energy in the Developing World"
Khanjan Mehta, Vice Provost Creative Inquiry, director of the mountaintop initiative, lehigh university

 

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November 29: “Program Information Session”
Rudy Shankar, Ph.D., MBA   Director, Energy Institute at Lehigh University

 

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dISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES

TIME: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

 

lOCATION: STEPS 101

 

 

 

 

September 14: "the impact of greenhouse gases on climate in pa"

Neil M. Donahue, Lord Professor of Chemistry, Departments of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Engineering and Public Policy, and Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies, Carnegie Mellon University

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October 19: “A Cyber-Physical Systems Perspective on Smart Grid Security”

Aaron St. Leger, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science United States Military Academy

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November 2, 2017: “Entrepreneurship as a Woman Engineer”

Jenny Regan CEO Key Tech, Jenny is a co-founder of Key Tech. She has consulted to clients in the medical, industrial, and energy industries and is active on the Boards of the RMI of Maryland, Baltimore’s ETC, and the UMCP Clark School’s Women in Engineering.

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