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Distance & Continuing Education
Missouri University of Science & Technology
216 Centennial Hall
300 W. 12th Street
Rolla, MO  65409-1560
Phone:  573-341-6222
Fax:  573-341-4992
email:  dce@mst.edu

Conference Schedule 2013

Wednesday, April 3, 2013:

5:00P.M. – 7:30P.M.  
    

Thursday, April 4, 2013:

7:30A.M. – 8:30A.M.  

8:30A.M. – 8:40A.M.

8:40A.M. – 8:50A.M.    

8:50A.M. – 9:00A.M.

9:00A.M. – 9:30A.M.

9:30A.M. – 9:45A.M.

9:45A.M. – 12:30P.M.

9:45A.M. – 10:30A.M.

10:30A.M. – 12:00P.M.
       




12:00P.M. – 12:30P.M.

12:30P.M. – 1:30P.M.

1:30P.M. – 4:30P.M.

1:30P.M. – 2:15P.M.

2:15P.M. – 2:30P.M.

2:30P.M. – 4:00P.M.




4:00P.M. – 4:30P.M. 

Friday, April 5, 2013:

7:45A.M. - 8:15A.M.

8:15A.M. – 8:30A.M.

8:30A.M. - 9:00A.M.

9:00A.M. – 11:30A.M.  

9:00A.M. – 9:45A.M.


9:45A.M. – 10:00A.M.

10:00A.M. – 11:00A.M.





11:00A.M. – 11:30A.M.

11:30A.M. – 12:00P.M.
 

 

Welcome Reception - Sponsored by Ameren
(Student Poster Session)

 

Coffee and Registration

Welcome and Introduction of Wayne Laufer:  Cheryl B. Schrader, Ph.D., Chancellor,
Missouri University of Science and Technology

Symposium Welcome: Wayne Laufer, retired CEO, Bois d'Arc Energy, Inc.

Keynote Introduction John Eash, Director, F/A-18 Assembly,
Boeing Military Aircraft

Energy - More Than "How Much?"COL Paul Roege, Chief,
Operational Energy Office, US Army Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff

BREAK & Student Posters

SESSION 1: NOVEL TECHNOLOGIES ENABLING SECURE LOW-CARBON ENERGY

Shale Gas and Tight Oil: A Panacea for the Energy Woes of America?
David Hughes, President Global Sustainability Research Inc.

Expert Panel: Developing Novel Combined Energy Technologies
(1)  Joseph Hartvigsen, Senior Engineer, Fuel Cell, Hydrogen and Synfuels,
Ceramatec, Inc.
(2)  George L. Stegemeier, Retired, Shell Gasmer Technology Center
(3)  Andrew West, President,  Solutioneur
(4)  Greg Gelles, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Depart of Economics, Missouri S&T

Panel DiscussionAchieving Energy Independence through Novel Technologies 
and a Balanced Energy Portfolio

Networking Lunch - Sponsored by Boeing

SESSION 2: RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

Renewable Generation Update on Trends and Challenges in the Electric Enterprise:
Dan Rastler, Senior Manager, Energy Storage and Distributed Energy Resources EPRI

BREAK

Expert Panel: Transformational Renewable Energy Technologies
(1)  Rick Hunter, CEO, Microgrid Solar
(2)  Lucas Oehlerking, Renewable Energy Consultant, Black & Veatch Energy
(3)  John Bothof, Project Manager, Burns & McDonnell - SPIDERS Design Team
(4)  Steve Murphy, General Manager, POET Biorefining - Laddonia

Panel Discussion: Renewable Energy Future

 

Coffee and Registration

Welcome and Introduction of Llona Weiss: Joseph D. Smith, Ph.D., Missouri S&T
Laufer Energy Chair

Energy in Missouri: Llona Weiss, Director, Missouri DNR Division of Energy

SESSION 3: PRODUCTION OF RELIABLE, AFFORDABLE AND CLEANER ENERGY

Next Generation Energy Technology at Ameren to Help Secure Missouri's Energy
and Economic Future: 

Warren Wood
,
  Vice President, Regulatory and Legislative Affairs, Ameren Missouri

BREAK

Expert PanelTransforming Traditional Energy Technologies
(1)  Richard Axelbaum, Ph.D., Director, Consortium for Clean Coal Utilization,
Washington University
(2)  Carlos Castano, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Mining & Nuclear Engr, Missouri S&T
(3)  Dianna Tickner, Vice President - Early Stage Project Development, Peabody
Energy Corporation

Panel Discussion: Challenges of Evolving to Next Generation Energy Technology

Symposium SummaryJoseph D. Smith, Ph.D., Missouri S&T Laufer Energy Chair 

 

 

 

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