The Texas A&M Energy Research Society, in partnership with the Texas A&M Energy Institute, presented the Fourth Annual Texas A&M Conference on Energy on September 23-25, 2019.
The three-day conference featured plenary lectures, oral and poster presentations, panel discussions and several networking opportunities, all with strong participation from industry, government and academia.
The conference emphasized the energy research landscape at the university via a variety of themes:
- Multi-scale Energy Systems Engineering
- Fossil & Renewables Based Technologies for Energy
- Energy Efficiency & Economics
- Safety in Energy Applications
- Energy Law, Policy, and Societal Impact
- Big Data Applications in Energy
and many more … The conference showcased the 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 aimed to bring influential people to the campus from industry and government
For the first time, the conference also featured the past awardees of Energy Institute Seed Grants – an initiative of the Texas A&M Energy Institute to foster interdisciplinary energy research collaborations and to promote research groups tackling crucial energy challenges.
Texas A&M University Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Associates, Faculty Members, Industrial Representatives, Government Representatives
September 23-25, 2019
Texas A&M University
Memorial Student Center
Bethancourt Ballroom (MSC 2300)
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