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New Frontiers In Computing (NFIC) 2015


Tuesday, May 19, 2015 from 4:00 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)

New Frontiers In Computing (NFIC) 2015

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   The Ecosystems of Smart Grid – the public and the personal

May 19th (Tuesday), 2015, 4pm-10pm

David Packard Electrical Engineering Building (Auditorium)*
Stanford University
, California

 You're cordially invited to the NFIC 2015 Conference. The conference theme is "Smart Grid Ecosystems - The Public and The Personal" and the conference website is at Smart Grid is revolutionizing the way electricity is generated, distributed, delivered, and consumed. It will change the service model and consumer behavior.


4:00-4.30 Registration & Networking

4:20-4:30 Welcome and Agenda

4:30-4:45 Smart Grid - Christine Hertzog, Managing Director of Smart Grid Library

4:45-6:15 Panel Session 1 – Smart Grid : the Personal

Covering the energy consumer aspects of the grid, from residential to business, answering questions about what Smart Grid means to you as an individual.

6:15-7:15 Dinner and Networking

7:15-8:0o Keynote - Dian Grueneich, Former Commissioner of California Public Utilities Commission0

8:00-9:30 Panel Session 2 – Smart Grid : the Public

The societal impact of enabling better efficiency, reliability, demand response, and sustainability of production and distribution. How will re-engineering the grid impact its existing infrastructure, service model, standards, policies, and regulation.

9:30-10:00 Networking

10:00 Adjourn


 Complimentary Dinner and Free Parking!

For more information, please visit or E-mail “Alex Shih”

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Stanford University
David Packard Electrical Engineering Building (Auditorium)* Stanford University, California

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 from 4:00 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)

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