IEEE VTS-UKRI Distinguished Lecture, 19 November 2013, University of Bradford, UK

“Sustainable Energy Engineering”

Prof. Mehrdad (Mark) Ehsani, Ph. D., P. E., F. IEEE, F. SAE

Robert M. Kennedy Endowed Professor,
Director, Sustainable Energy & Vehicle engineering Program,
Texas A&M University College Station, Texas, USA
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Taking place at 6:30 pm in the JSB lecture theatre, University of Bradford, Richmond Road, Bradford, BD7 1DP, UK.

The IEEE VTS-UKRI will be hosting a Distinguished Lecture on the 19 November at the University of Bradford, UK. The event will be free for all to attend. More information will be provided in the near future.

The Abstract for the talk is as follows.

“The living film covering the surface of planet earth is delicately balanced. The conditions for life are created by life. These conditions are systems and feedback mechanisms that are poorly understood. We lack engineering systems to properly manage our energy and materials productivity at the planetary scale. This is resulting in environmental impacts, such as biodiversity loss, pollution, and climate change. The solution is a new way of thinking and new technologies that I refer to as Sustainable Energy Engineering.

This talk will review the above issues. We will pay special attention to the issues of sustainable energy production and consumption. This will establish the foundations of the holistic sustainable energy production-consumption technology complex.”

Professor Mark Ehsani is the co-author of over 350 publications, 17 books, over 20 US and EU patents on energy and power production and utilization, and has given numerous international seminars and short courses. He has been a consultant to over 60 international companies and government agencies.

This event is kindly organised by Dr. John L. Victory, the University Bradford, UK.

A flyer for the event can be found here.

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