, bringing multi-disciplinary minds together together to create information technology advances for our multi-layered energy challenges. i
Energy is a collaboration among
(U.C. Berkeley, Davis, Merced, and Santa Cruz); the California Institute for Energy and Environment (
); and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (
). The research collaboration is focused on creating an integrated information infrastructure that will transform our energy grid into a cooperative, “aware” energy network that is both efficient and able to use sustainable energy resources.
Registration and continental breakfast
Introduction of the Symposium
Presentations from five research projects: FlexLab at LBNL (DOE); LED Cooling (Siemens); Underground cable sensors (CEC); Natural gas pipeline sensors (CEC); Residential energy gateway (CEC)
Enabling Technologies Development for Demand Response (CEC): “Wafer-Scale-Integration” of low-powered radios, MEMS sensors, and energy harvesting devices.
Lunch (not provided): Poster session and technology demonstrations
Distributed Intelligent Automated Demand Response (DOE and Siemens): Project has outfitted Sutardja Dai Hall as a demand response technology testbed – goal is to develop intelligent control to automatically reduce peak demand by at least 30%.
Open to all.
Free – please register with Jack McGowan via the information provided below