ENERGEX'2000, the 8th International Energy forum and the official Conference of the International Energy Foundation, will be held in cooperation with the Global Energy Exposition produced by the Nevada Test Site Corporation, Las Vegas. The partnership between ENERGEX'2000 and the Global Energy Exposition amplifies the conference theme and also lays the groundwork for the establishment of the IEF Americas headquarters in Nevada. The above combined events, known as GlobeEx'2000, will be held at the Riveria Hotel Conference Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 23-28, 2000. Registration at ENERGEX'2000 ensures that delegates will be able to attend all of the combined sessions at no additional cost plus the technical sessions of the Intersociety Energy Conversion Conference co-located at the Riviera Hotel Convention Center.
The ENERGEX program consists of an international forum for the discussion and presentation of energy research papers. ENERGEX is convened by the International Energy Foundation, which has recently moved its Americas Headquarters to Las Vegas. We are marketing both events as one conference. One registration allows attendees to cross over and take advantage of sessions in either conference. In addition, joint plenary sessions will be held as well as keynote addresses. All dining events will be held as one group.
Invited Speakers at GlobeEx'2000 (comprised of the joint ENERGEX'2000 and the Global Energy Exposition) include:
The theme of ENERGEX'2000 and GlobeEx'2000 is
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The International Energy Foundation's 8th International Energy Forum - ENERGEX'2000 - co-locating with GlobeEx - The Global Energy Exposition in Las Vegas, July 23-28, 2000, is entertaining a wide-range of presentations from all sectors of the energy industry for their technical sessions. You are invited to share your research, field experience, case studies, and new technologies with your colleagues and a host of national and international delegates representing over 70 countries, both in private and public sectors. You may choose to present your paper as part of ENERGEX'2000, or participate in the poster session sponsored by GlobeEx - the Global Energy Exposition and the University and Community College System of Nevada. Delegates will receive the proceedings of full papers as part of their registration. Presenters, block coordinators, authors and session chairs will receive a discount rate on registration.
Dr. Chenn Q. Zhou Purdue University Calumet Department of Engineering Hammond, IN 46323, U.S.A. Tel: 219-989-2665 Fax: 989-2898 E-mail: email@example.com Dr. Brian M. Golchert Energy Systems Division Argonne National Laboratory 9700 South Cass Avenue Argonne, IL 60439-4815, U.S.A. Tel: 630-252-6518 Fax: 252-5210 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org DEADLINES: FEBRUARY 15, 2000 - ABSTRACTS DUE. FEBRUARY 28, 2000 - AUTHORS NOTIFIED OF ACCEPTANCE. MARCH 30, 2000 - FINAL PAPERS DUE.Authors whose papers are accepted on the basis of the abstracts should provide both an electronic file and camera-ready copy of their paper by March 30, 2000 for publication in the conference proceedings. Several papers will be selected for publication in energy-related peer-reviewed jounals.
Marketing presentations for specific products or services will not be accepted.
Poster abstracts: The abstract, one page typed, single-spaced, in English should include a cover page with:
Mrs. Ellen Jacobson Center for Environmental Sciences and Engineering - 199 University and Community College System of Nevada Reno, NV 89509 U.S.A. E-mail: email@example.com DEADLINES: FEBRUARY 15, 2000 - ABSTRACTS DUE. FEBRUARY 28, 2000 - AUTHORS NOTIFIED OF ACCEPTANCE. MARCH 30, 2000 - POSTERS DUE.Authors whose posters are accepted on the basis of the abstracts should deliver posters to the Riviera Hotel & Conference Center on Monday, July 24. Posters to fit within a 3.5 ft. x 3.5 ft. area (1.06m x 1.06m).
Renewable Energy: Admiral Richard Truly, Director, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA with introduction by Charles Gay, President and CEO, ASE Americas Inc., U.S.A.
Clean Coal Technology: General Richard Lawson, Head, National Mining Association, U.S.A. with introduction by Rita Bajura, Director, Federal Energy Techonology Centre and Carl Bozzuto, Vice President, ABB Power Plant Technologies, U.S.A.
Nuclear Energy: Kun Mo Chung, Chairman, International Nuclear Energy Academy and Atomic Energy Commissioner, former Minister of Science and Technology, Korea with introduction by Dr. Robert J. Eagan, Vice President, Energy Information and Infrastructure, Surety Divison, Sandia National Laboratories, U.S.A.
Energy and Economics:Mr. Jean-Marie bourdaire, Director, Totalfina-Elf, France, with introduction by Dennis O'Brien, Director, Institute for Energy Economics and Policy, University of Oklahoma, Official Advisor and Observer APEC Energy Ministers Meetings, U.S.A.
Energy Efficiency: Lise Brousseau, Executive Director, AQME, Canada introduced by Howard Geller, Executive Director, American Council for an Energy Efficiet Economy, U.S.A.
Energy and Environment: Tim Mackay, Executive Director, Resources and Energy Group, Commonwealth Department of Primary Industries and Energy, Australia introduced by George Davies, President and CEO, Hagler Bailly Canada, Canada
Greenhouse Gases: John Clarke, Chief Scientist, Battelle Global Technology Strategy Project, introduced by Mr. Ramm Narula, Principal Vice President, Bechtel Power Corporation, U.S.A.
Oil and Gas: Rene Ortiz, former Minister of Energy, Ecuador and formerly Secretary General OPEC, introduced by Dr. William F. Lawson, Director, National Petroleum Technology Office, U.S.A.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory, United States Department of Energy, Los Almos National Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratory, Federal Energy Techonology Centre, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Purdue Universty Calumet, AQME, ABB Power Plant Technologies, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, Department of Primary Industries and Energy (Australia), U.S. Department of Energy, Saskatchewan Department Energy and Mines, University of Regina, ASE Americans Inc., James and James Publishers, Taylor and Francis Publishers, Purdue University, Texas A&M University, Solar Electric Light Fund, Geothermal Resources Council, National Hydrogen Association, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Institute for Sustainable Power Inc., German Aerospace Research Establishment, Hagler Bailly (Canada), Universidade International SEK, Kenyetta University (Kenya), Caribbean Development Bank (Barbados), Transactions CSME, Polish Academy of Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences, International Association of Hydrogen Energy, German Hydrogen Association, NEAT New Energy Alternative s.r.o., IEA Caddet Renewable Energy Technologies, International Scientists Association, Euro-Arab Cooperation Centre (Egypt), Sherwood Credit Union, National Mining Association, Pacific Northwest Laboratory and Curtin University of Technology.
The block coordinators are responsible for organizing session chairs. The Chairs in turn, on behalf of the organizing committee, extend invitations to a limited number of speakers based on their national and/or international expertise in one or more energy areas defined below.
Recycling and Waste Management: Dr. Caijun Shi, CJS Consulting
Photovoltaics: Dr. Larry Kazmerski, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Solar Rural Electrification: Robert Freling, Solar Electric Light Fund
Biomass: Ralph Overend, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Geothermal: Ted Clutter, Geothermal Resource Council
Hydrogen: J. Keller, Sandia National Laboratories
Fuel Cells: David Haberman, DCH Technology Inc.
Renewable Energies: Cecile Warner, Centre for Renewable Energy Resources, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Solar Electric Tower: Bernhard Milow, German Aerospace Research Establishment
Wind: Toma Hentea, Engineering Department, Purdue University Calumet
Oil Refining: Michael Petrick, Energy Systems Division, Argonne National Laboratory
Gas: Jay Gore, Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University
Oil Recovery: Rafiqul Islam, Petroleum Systems Engineering, University of Regina
Nuclear Energy: Yassin A. Hassan, Department of Nuclear Engineering, Texas A&M University
Conservation and Efficiency: Peter H. Salmon-Cox, Office of Industrial Technologies, US-DOE
Environmental Controls: L.G. Neal
Global Warming: Dr. S.H. Chan, President, Yuan-Ze University, Taiwan
Environmental Impact:Wayne Hardie, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Environmetal Management:Gordon Huang, Environmental Systems Engineering, University of Regina
Clean Coal Technologies:Charles E. Schmidt, Federal Energy Technology Centre
Energy Sustainability: Mark Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Institute for Sustainable Power Inc.
International Law and Energy:Professor Adrian Bradbrook, Faculty of Law, University of Adelaide
Risk Assessment: Greg Wyss, Sandia National Laboratories
Energy Modeling: Arnie Baker, Sandia National Laboratories
Deregulation and Transmission and Distribution: Marge Tatro, Sandia National Laboratories
Education: Dong-lee Zhang, Curtin University of Technology
Computational Fluid Dynamics Applications: Shen-Lin Chang, Energy Systems Division, Argonne National Laboratory
Carbon Dioxide Sequestration: Dr. Thomas Grahame, US-Department of Energy
Special student registration fee, with proof of student status, of $25.00. This entitles the student to go to the technical sessions, plenary sessions, and panel discussions.
A nominal fee of $50.00 will be charged for these workshops.
Based on the final Resolutions at ENERGEX'98 the Block Coordinators have been invited to submit a special 20 page state of the art overview. These contributions will then be published by an international publishing firm in a special edition book, Energy: The State of the Art 2000, independent of the ENERGEX'2000 formal proceedings. This special edition book will be available for sale on site. A special reduced price will be set for purchase by the delegates.
Be sure to mention GlobeEx'2000 for your special room rate of $76.00 per night.
Exhibitors included Manufacturers and Distributors, Biomass, Biofuels, Chillers, Fuel Cells and Storage, Geothermal, Hybrid Systems, Heat Recovery, Photovoltaics, Small Hydro Power, Solar Rural Electrification, Sustainable Transport, Waste to Energy, Wind, Consultants, Contractors, International Energy Pavilions, National Laboratories, University Research, Venture Capital, Green Finance.
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