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Emerging Technologies Review 2017

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University of California, Santa Barbara

Engineering Science Building, Room 1001

Santa Barbara, CA 93106

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The Institute for Energy Efficiency (IEE) at the University of California, Santa Barbara would like to invite you to attend the annual 2017 Emerging Technologies Review, Wednesday May 31st. This review will feature 14 distinct speakers and topics, cover new developments in areas of energy and energy efficiency. Divided into four separate sessions, industrial and academic speakers will cover a broad range of topics in Production & Storage, Computing, Sustainability, and Electronics & Photonics.

Lunch will be provided to registered attendees, and a reception to follow.


PRODUCTION & STORAGE

  • “Sustainable Energy: Solar Power’s Transition into a Mainstream Generation Resource” Mahesh Morjaria, First Solar
  • “Efficiency charge storage with battery-supercapacitor hybrids” Galen Stucky, UCSB
  • “SCE Mira Loma Battery Energy Storage project with Tesla” Jose Salazar, SCE
  • “Building an Ambient Africa” James Rogers, Apeel Sciences

COMPUTING

  • “Making the Internet-of Things (IoT) Efficient with Edge Clouds” Chandra Krintz, UCSB
  • “Electricity demand side management for a sustainable future” Mahnoosh Alizadeh, UCSB
  • “Quantum Supremacy: Checking a Quantum Computer with a Classical Supercomputer” John Martinis, Google/UCSB

SUSTAINABILITY

  • “Lifecycle of PV-battery microgrids” Roland Geyer, UCSB
  • “Global environmental assessment of low-carbon technologies” Sangwon Suh, UCSB

ELECTRONICS & PHOTONICS

  • “Photo- and Electrochemical Water Treatment and Mining” Chong Liu, Stanford
  • “High efficiency data center optical interconnects” Geza Kurczveil, HPE
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