Date & Time
Sep
02
Wednesday, Sep 02, 2015 - 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Location
Teer 203
Energy Seminar

Part of the Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Seminar Series
The advancement in computational capabilities and increasing accuracy of modeling tools are opening new opportunities to define the role of mechanics in non-traditional, interdisciplinary areas. In...

Date & Time
Sep
03
Thursday, Sep 03, 2015 - 10:00 am to 11:45 am
Location
West Campus Chiller Plant (Meet at Gross Hall atrium)
Power Trip, Students Only

With the summer heat still in full effect, it’s an ideal time to check out Duke's chilled water plant, which provides cooling services to West Campus. This guided tour provided an in-depth look at one of Duke’s most innovative energy facilities.

This event is for current Duke students only....

Date & Time
Sep
03
Thursday, Sep 03, 2015 - 3:15 pm to 4:45 pm
Location
Building 09/CR 137, RTI International
Energy Research Seminar, Energy Seminar

Co-sponsored by the Duke Energy Research Seminar Series and the Triangle Resource and Environmental Economics Seminar Series.
From a public finance perspective, is it better to subsidize inputs or outputs? Joe Aldy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, examines the choice between a capital subsidy and an output subsidy in the case of wind energy in the United States where, in...

Date & Time
Sep
03
Thursday, Sep 03, 2015 - 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Location
The Foundry, ground floor, Gross Hall
Information Session, Open House

Come explore Duke’s amazing new 7,600-square-foot "maker space," where student teams, faculty, and staff can build ideas from the ground up! Join us for refreshments, tours and demonstrations by current Foundry user groups including Duke Electric Vehicles, DukeMakers, Duke Robotics, Design for America, DUhatch, NC Shale Gas Development and I&E Social Incubator. Brief remarks by Engineering...

Date & Time
Sep
08
Tuesday, Sep 08, 2015 - 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Location
Sanford School, room 05
Short Course, Students Only

Energy Industry Fundamentals (EIF) is a series of three primer sessions for students on various facets of the energy industry. EIF is designed to provide students with 1) a broad introduction to the major themes and current issues surrounding the energy industry, 2) exposure to Duke faculty experts, and 3) a sense of the breadth and diversity of the energy community at Duke.

Each...