Welcome to Energy & Sustainability 2018

 June 21-22, 2018          

University of Windsor, Canada 


Upcoming Conference EART2019

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Graham T Reader

BA, BTech (Hons), PhD, psc, FEC, PEng, CEng, CMarE, Eur Ing, FIMarEst


Keynote Lecture: “Energy Sustainability: Policy, Politics and Practice”


Dr. Graham Reader is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Windsor. He served as the Dean of the Faculty from 1999 to 2010, and as Special Advisor (CEI) to the University President from 2010 to 2011. June 2011. He has earned degrees in Engineering, Arts and Management and has been involved in powertrain and related research areas since 1970 and his particular areas of interest are Diesel engines, Stirling engines and Underwater Intervention Systems. He has published  5 books and over 350 articles and has taught at Universities in the UK, Alberta and Ontario. He worked in the UK Mining Industry and was a Commander in the Royal Navy prior to coming to Canada. 

Dr. Rob Schincariol

PhD, PEng., PGeo


Keynote Lecture: “Energy Resource Recoverability and Geoexchange Systems”


Rob is a Professor of Hydrogeology, cross-appointed to the departments of Earth Sciences and Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Western Ontario. He is a Windsor alumnus (B.A.Sc. Geological Engineering) and earned his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees at the University of Alberta and The Ohio State University. His research interests are in physical hydrogeology with a focus on heat transport, low-temperature geothermal energy, permafrost hydrogeology, and variable-density flow. He currently is an Executive Editor for the journal Groundwater, and has served as an Associate Editor for the Canadian Geotechnical Journal. He regularly serves as a consultant to government and industry.

Registration

 

 

Late Registration until June 7

Standard Package: $315

Student Package: $275

Companion Package: $380



About Us

The world is moving toward a sustainable future and the development of technologies and policies that facilitate this transition is crucial.  Global demand for energy is continuing to increase, while concerns over climate change, water scarcity, and deforestation are mounting.  The only way forward is to prioritize the sustainable production and use of energy.  The ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY 2018 symposium at the University of Windsor will bring together energy engineering and sustainability experts from academia, industry, and policy arenas to uncover the challenges and solutions to ensuring secure and sustainable production and use of energy resources.  This symposium will disseminate the most recent advances in these field and promote collaborations to maximize opportunities for innovative solutions.  New developments in renewable energy generation, transmission, storage, and consumption are pertinent to this symposium. Studies on climate change, green buildings, green economy, waste and recycling, and social sustainability will also be the focus of ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY 2018.


Possible topics

∘ Advanced energy technologies

∘ Biomass and biofuels

∘ Carbon capture, use, and storage

∘ Climate change solutions

∘ Community energy solutions

∘ Conservation

∘ Distributed energy

∘ Electric vehicles

∘ Energy resources and development

∘ Energy and water savings opportunities

∘ Energy management

∘ Green buildings

∘ Innovative energy efficiency

∘ Oil and Gas CleanTech

∘ Pollution prevention

∘ Smart grids

∘ Sustainability in education

∘ Sustainable energy policies

∘ Sustainable cities

∘ The role of renewables

∘ The role of energy storage

∘ Waste to energy systems

Important Dates

Paper/Abstract

  • March 9, 2018 Abstract Deadline 
  • March 16, 2018 Notification of Abstract Acceptance 
  • April 27, 2018 Final Paper Submission Deadline 
  • Submit Abstract/Paper to  TELab@uwindsor.ca

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Registration

Late Registration until June 7

Standard Package: $315

Student Package: $275

Companion Package: $380


Register at: https://webapps.uwindsor.ca/conferences/TandE/index.php

Registration Details

Late Registration until June 7

Standard Package: $315

Student / Special Package: $275

**Package: $380


 **Include a banquet ticket for the companion  

Last Minute Registration (June 8-22)

Does not include Banquet


Standard Package: $315

Student / Special Package: $275

**Package: N/A

Hotel Info

Caesars Windsor Hotel -377 Riverside Dr E, Windsor, Ontario 

To reserve a guestroom, please call Caesars Windsor Reservations at 1-800-991-8888 by May 21, 2018

Please quote the group name Energy & Sustainability Conference and the group code SEN0620.


TownePlace Suites by Marriott - 250 Dougall Ave, Windsor, Ontario 1-888-236-2427

To make reservation, go to www.marriott.com/yqgts  and use UOW as special booking code.


ViewPointe Estate Winery

Banquet will be held at ViewPointe Estate Winery on June 21st, 2018.  


Shuttle bus will leave CEI (Centre for Engineering Innovation) at 5:00 pm.



Committee

  • Honorary Chair: Dr. Rupp Carriveau, University of Windsor
  • Conference Chair: Dr. David S-K. Ting, University of Windsor
  • Program Chair: Dr. Lindsay Miller-Branovacki, University of Windsor
  • Program Chair - Electric Vehicle: Dr. Narayan Kar, University of Windsor
  • Program Chair At Large: Dr. Ahmadreza Vasel-Be-Hagh, Tennessee Technological University
  • Logistics Chairs:
    • Dr. Jacqueline Stagner, University of Windsor  
    • Dr. Ofelia Jianu, University of Windsor
  • Energy & Sustainability Legal: Mark Michael MacKew, Barrister and Solicitor
  • Conference Overseer: Marissa Hatt, University of Windsor
  • Sponsorship Chair: Katie Mazzuca, University of Windsor
  • Media: Kristie Pearce, University of Windsor


Contact Us

Better yet, see us in person!

Email us at TELab@uwindsor.ca

Energy & Sustainability 2018

401 Sunset Ave, Windsor, ON N9B 3P4, CA

(519) 253-3000

Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Closed

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