March 31 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Please join AEE-CR and University at Albany for an inaugural symposium at the campus’s newest building, ETEC, which is a hub for innovation, scholarship, applied research and commercial development. Together, with UAlbany’s Office of Environmental Sustainability, we will present on the Net Zero Energy design and energy systems installed, concluding with a tour and student/researcher presentations.
This is a unique opportunity for professionals to attain multiple PDH credits, while meeting researchers, professors, and electrical/environmental engineering students as prospective local intern/job candidates. We will encourage participants who can stay to attend an early evening networking opportunity.
The schedule is as follows:
12pm – Lunch Buffet
Assortment of soup, salads, meat & vegetarian sandwich platters, chips, desserts, and drinks
12:30pm – Opening Introductions
Matt Arisohn, President of AEE-CR
Dr. Mary Ellen Mallia, Director, University at Albany Office of Environmental Sustainability
Davetta Thacher, Senior Project Manager, NYSERDA Workforce Development and Training
1:30pm – Building & Design Presentations
Indu Lnu, Energy Manager, University at Albany Office of Environmental Sustainability
Jeff Hines, Regional Sales Manager, Multistack Modular Chillers
2:30pm – ETEC Tour (Facility Certified Representatives)
3:30pm – Coffee Break
3:45pm – Student & Researcher Presentations
Capstone Team, Environmental & Sustainable Engineering: Large Scale Solar PV Carport & EV Charging Stations at UAlbany Dutch Quad
Elizabeth McCabe, Graduate Researcher in the Atmospheric Sciences Research Center: NYC Offshore Wind & Peak Load Matching
Mekhi Greene, Senior Informatics Student in the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity: Virtual Reality Digital Twins
4:45pm – Closing Remarks
Tricia Cioni, Sustainability Program Manager, CHA Consulting, Inc.
5pm – Networking Hour
Beer/Wine & Hot Hors d’Oeuvres