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- Short Course: Physics of Sustainable Energy
Short Course - Physics of Sustainable Energy IV
Using Energy Efficiently and Producing it Renewably
Friday/Saturday, June 17-18, 2016
What are the top trends in the global energy landscape? What sustainable energy technologies and innovations can we expect to be part of the future? Hear from the experts at the fourth workshop on Physics of Sustainable Energy (PSE-IV), being held this year in the Midwest region at the University of Chicago.
The workshop is aimed at researchers and students, and private and public sector professionals active in energy affairs. Pre-conference tours at the Argonne National Lab (Thursday, June 16) and a post-conference visit to Fermilab (Sunday, June 19) will be part of the activities.
Sponsors: The APS Forum on Physics & Society (FPS), Fermi Research Alliance (FRA), and the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC).
Also supported by Argonne National Lab (ANL).
Location: Saieh Hall for Economics, Room 021
5757 S. University Ave, Chicago, IL
Cost: $120, $90 for students, includes two lunches, coffee breaks and online access to conference proceedings.
Friday night workshop banquet featuring a keynote speaker ($50) and hard copy of the proceedings (~$35) will be charged separately.
Space is limited. Admission is on a first come, first serve basis.
Contact: Bethel Haile, EPIC, firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizers: Pushpa Bhat, Fermilab; Robert Rosner, UChicago; George Crabtree, Argonne National Lab; Robert Knapp, Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA