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Upcoming Events

Optimization for Smart Mobility Systems: From Formula 1 Racing to Urban Mobility | Jan. 24 

In this Seminar, Postdoctoral Scholar at the Autonomous Systems Lab in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University Mauro Salazar will be discussing his work on the application of optimization methods towards mobility solutions.

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Financing Energy Efficiency in Buildings - How to Leverage the new Guaranteed Energy Savings Act | Jan. 29

Hosted by the City of Pittsburgh and CMU's Scott Institute for Energy Innovation, the invite-only meeting will explore how you can use the Guaranteed Energy Saving Act to finance building energy efficiency. You’ll learn how to set up the right project scope to maximize success, the financing options available to MUSH organizations and best practices to incorporate a GESA contract within an existing organization’s legal framework.

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Solid-State Batteries: A Tech Talk by University of Michigan's Jeff Sakamoto | Feb. 5, 12p

Join us for a tech talk on solid-state batteries by Jeff Sakamoto, professor of Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science and Macromolecular Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. Sakamoto also serves as the solid-state battery lead at the University of Michigan Energy Institute. Lunch available.

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A Distinguished Lecture by Duquesne Light Company President Steven Malnight | Feb. 25, 12p

Kickoff the Scott Institute for Energy Innovation's 2020 Distinguished Lecture Series with an exciting presentation by Duquesne Light Company President and Chief Executive Officer Steven Malnight. Lunch available.

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Mathematical Programming Models for the Optimal Development of Shale Gas and Oil Resources in Argentina | March 3, 12p 

Join us for a tech talk by Scott Institute Visiting Senior Fellow and Associate Professor at the Chemical Engineering School of the National University of Littoral (UNL), Argentina, Diego Cafaro on the role of optimization concepts and tools within the development of shale oil and gas resources. Lunch available.

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CMU Energy Week 2020 | March 23-27

CMU Energy Week, now in its fifth year, draws CEOs, entrepreneurs, government leaders, academic experts and students together to discuss ways to advance energy technologies and innovations around the world. Attendees trade expertise, connect to form partnerships and rub elbows with nationally-recognized thought leaders. 

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