Texas A&M Conference on Energy: 2016
The Texas A&M Energy Research Society, in partnership with the Texas A&M Energy Club and the Texas A&M Energy Institute, is pleased to present the inaugural Texas A&M Conference on Energy.
The event will be a three-day conference featuring oral presentations, poster presentations, and plenary lectures, all with strong participation from industry and government.
The conference emphasizes the energy research landscape at the university via a variety of themes:
- Multi-scale Energy Systems Engineering
- Fossil & Non-fossil Based Technologies for Energy
- Materials, Catalysis, and Separations for Energy
- Energy Economics, Law, Policy, and Societal Impact
The conference will feature all facets of the energy-related research at Texas A&M with a diverse set of technical sessions and a strong participation from Texas A&M students. The plenary sessions will aim to bring influential people to the campus from industry and government.
Texas A&M University Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Associates, Faculty Members, and Industry & Government Representatives
Texas A&M University
Memorial Student Center
Faculty: $25/day or $50/3-days
Industry: $60/day or $100/3-days
September 26 and 27
Faculty / Industry: $10/day
To find out more about the Texas A&M Conference on Energy please e-mail the Texas A&M Energy Research Society at firstname.lastname@example.org