The Energy Outlook in an Era of Change
Mar
29
12:00 pm12:00

The Energy Outlook in an Era of Change

With resources and prices in a state of flux, and increasing policy uncertainty under the Trump administration, accurately forecasting the future of the industry has never been more important, or challenging. Join EPIC as they host Adam Sieminski, former administrator of the U.S. Energy Information Administration, to discuss these issues.

Compliance by Design: Influence of Acceleration Tradeoffs on CO2 Emissions and Costs of Fuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas Regulations
Feb
14
12:00 pm12:00

Compliance by Design: Influence of Acceleration Tradeoffs on CO2 Emissions and Costs of Fuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas Regulations

When setting the U.S. Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission standards for light-duty vehicles, firms’ ability to trade off fuel economy for other vehicle performance attributes, such as acceleration performance, is not considered. Join EPIC as they host Kate Whitefoot for a Lunch Seminar Series on the 14th!

RDCEP Open House
Oct
10
12:00 pm12:00

RDCEP Open House

Please join RDCEP, and the other centers in the Computation Institute for an Open House and learn about student research opportunities in such areas as geoscience, statistics, computer science, economics and policy.

Rossbypalooza
Jul
24
Jul 29

Rossbypalooza

Rossbypalooza is a week-long workshop bringing together graduate students and postdocs from climate science and statistics. The workshop is part lecture series, part hackathon, with students working in small, interdisciplinary teams on a research problem of their choosing. Topics to be covered include monsoons, El Niño, temperature and precipitation extremes, heat waves, spatial-temporal processes, and extreme value analysis. 

Short Course - Physics of Sustainable Energy IV
Jun
17
Jun 18

Short Course - Physics of Sustainable Energy IV

At a workshop aimed at researchers, students, private and public sector professionals active in energy affairs, hear from the experts at the Physics of Sustainable Energy (PSE-­‐IV), being held this year in the Midwest region at the University of Chicago.