Duke University faculty, research staff and students gather each spring to learn about each others' recent work at the Energy Research Collaboration Workshop convened by the Energy Initiative. Topics have ranged from energy materials to energy and environmental policy to energy modeling, and much more.
The fourth annual Energy Research Collaboration Workshop was held Tuesday, May 10, at Gross Hall. Presentations were grouped broadly in two categories: Energy Science and Technology; and Energy Policy, Markets and Society. The 40 or so guests also heard from Ildo Sauer, Mellon Visiting Professor at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, who outlined research collaboration ideas and opportunities in Brazil and other Latin American countries.
The third annual Duke University Energy Research Collaboration Workshop was held Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Presentations focused on recent energy-related research by Duke faculty, staff and students, featuring energy materials, energy data analytics, and energy markets and policy.
Presentations were made as brief sketches followed by group question-and-answer sessions. A poster session on a variety of energy research topics, featuring the work of Bass Connections in Energy teams, was held during breaks and at the conclusion of the workshop during the Energy Mix networking reception. Download the agenda.
The second annual Duke University Energy Research Collaboration Workshop was held Tuesday, May 6, 2014. Presentations focused on recent energy-related research by Duke faculty, staff and students, including:
- Energy Materials and Systems
- Individual and Household Energy Decisionmaking
- Policy Impacts in the Energy Sector
- Bass Connections in Energy Projects
Our first Energy Research Collaboration Workshop was held Tuesday, May 7, 2013, for Duke University faculty, research staff and students interested in energy. Presentations and panel discussions were offered in sessions on:
- Energy Modeling, Computation and Analytics
- Energy Technology
- Natural Gas, Coal, and the Energy-Water Nexus
- Impacts and Drivers of Energy Poverty in Developing Countries
- Electric Power Modeling
- Emerging Energy and Environmental Policy Issues