Sunday, April 4, 2010


Energy Production, Consumption, Policy, and the
The coming decades will see dramatic changes in the production, consumption, and overall availability of energy. This free UW public lecture series will bring world-leading experts address many of the core technical, social, economic, and political issues and opportunities which will accompany the forthcoming transition to renewable energy.
April Lectures (Kane 130 at the UW, starting at 6:30 pm):

April 1: Plastic Solar Cells? Challenges and Opportunities for Photovoltaics
David Ginger (UW Chemistry Department)

April 20: Sustainable Energy - Without the Hot Air
David J.C. MacKay (Cambridge University and Chief Science Advisor to the U.K. Department of Energy and Climate Change)
For the full schedule of speakers and descriptions of the their lectures, see

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Energy Future is sponsored by the University of Washington, the Office of the Provost, the Applied Physics Lab, the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and the Environment, the Evans School of Public Affairs, the Institute for Advanced Materials and Technology, the NSF Science and Technology Center for Materials and Devices for Information Technology Research, the NSF Center for Enabling New Technologies Through Catalysis, and the UW Department of Physics. They all care about energy. You should, too.

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