SUNY Conversations in the Disciplines
Research and Scholarly Developments Toward an Energy-Smart New York
The National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems is sponsoring a SUNY Conversations in the Disciplines entitled Research and Scholarly Developments Toward an Energy-Smart New York. The purpose of the CID is to to examine the state of the research into and deployment of energy-smart technologies throughout SUNY campuses and New York State. It will facilitate the exchange of information among SUNY faculty, industry and government representatives to promote collaboration and identify best practices as we progress toward an energy-smart New York.
The CID will begin Monday evening, March 31st with a welcome reception and presentation, followed by a full-day meeting on Tuesday. It will be held in the brand new Center of Excellence Building at Binghamton University, 85 Murray Hill Rd., Binghamton, NY 13902.
This is a wonderful opportunity to share and hear about research being done on and applications of smart energy across New York State and to network with colleagues working toward an Energy-Smart New York.
An optional Proposal Writing Seminar will be held prior to the start of the CID. Seating is limited to the first 50 registrants. Click here for details.
For more information, please contact:
Andrea Palmeri, Program Manager, NSF I/UCRC for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems
Binghamton University - 607-349-9136 - firstname.lastname@example.org