Biographies of the researchers in attendance can be found on the NESI-SES Association website at http://NESI-SES.org/Events.aspx
The meeting focused on how the collaboration could leverage collective research from each university to find solutions for today’s larger energy problems. Specifically, researchers discussed produced water, sensor technologies, use of unmanned aerial vehicles, smart communities and urban planning, and renewable energy and smart grid technologies. Each university shared the related research being conducted at their university.
Following the meeting, attendees toured the Colorado State University Powerhouse Energy Campus, the Colorado School of Mines Produced Water Treatment and Beneficial Use Information Center, and the University of Colorado’s Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute.
The collaboration will continue following the meeting through a collaborative gateway hosted by the NESI-SES Association. Follow the NESI-SES Association on social media and visit the NESI-SES website for additional information on this collaboration.
The NESI-SES Association is a non-profit association dedicated to finding research-based, effective energy solutions and securing energy for the next generation through collaboration, collective intelligence and business analytics. The association is a collaborative effort among its members, the Oklahoma State University Research Foundation, OSU’s National Energy Solutions Institute and Smart Energy Source. The association is headquartered in Stillwater, Oklahoma. For more information on the NESI-SES Association, visit http://www.NESI-SES.org or follow the association on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/NESI.SES and on Twitter @ NESI_SES.