Saturday November 9, 2013
12:30 pm – 5 pm
350 Serra Mall, Packard 101
Stanford, CA 94305
Energy Generation & Storage: Possibilities and Realities
The 2nd Annual University Mini-Symposium
IEEE SFBA Nanotechnology Council & Stanford Energy Club
Join colleagues from industry and academia to learn from speakers at the frontier of energy storage materials and devices followed by a networking reception.
SPEAKER / TOPICS:
Dr. Daniel Hirleman, Dean, School of Engineering, University of California, Merced
Opportunities for collaborative university – industry research for sustainable energy
Dr. Yi Cui, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University
Designing & fabricating nanostructured materials for energy storage and generation
Dr. Latika Menon, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Northeastern University
Development of nanomaterials for energy related applications
J. R. Gaines, Technical Director, Kurt J. Lesker Company
Revolutionary thin film micro-batteries – creating new products and markets
Craig Jacobsen, Co-founder and CEO/CFO, Point Source Power, Inc.
Nanoparticle enabled super electrodes for solid oxide fuel cells
Download presentation here.
Students $5 (refundable at the door with on-line registration receipt)
IEEE Members: $25, Non-members:$35, Unemployed: $15