Poster Exhibit

Poster Presentations

PosterExhibit1.jpgCampusEnergy2019 will feature a Poster Exhibit where presenters share unique, innovative technologies and strategies for campus energy systems. These posters allow you to study and re-study the information at your own convenience and have meaningful, personal interactions with the presenters. Visitors may walk through the exhibition at any time to get an overview of each presentation and return to the displays with questions when the presenters are available.

See below for a full list of the posters and their presenters.

Posters and Poster Presenters

Poster #1

Texas Tech University GLEAMM Microgrid Research Facility - Advancing Grid Resiliency and Sustainability - Stephen Bayne & BeiBei Helen Ren, Texas Tech University

Poster #2

District Energy System Re-engineering at Brown: Bottom Up Phasing Approach - Jean-Philippe Drouin-Bouffard, Ecosystem; David Larson, Brown University

Poster #3

Energy Resilience in the Broader University Environment - Kristel Watson, Centrica Business Solutions

Poster #4

District Zero: A Decision-Making Tool for Net-Zero Communities - Peter Ellis, Big Ladder Software

Poster #5

Climate Action Planning and Achieving 30% Reduction at Cooper Union - John Rundell & Melody Baglione, Smith Engineering

Poster #6

BTU, Mass & Energy FLOW Sub-Metering Solution - James Linahan, Emerson

Poster #7

Two Drivers - Better Than One - James Berry & Richard Garrett McKay, SSS Clutch Company

Poster #8

Broadening the Effectiveness of Heat Recovery Chillers - Joe Witchger, HGA Architects and Engineers

Poster Exhibit Schedule

Wednesday, February 27

10:00am - 10:45am
1:45pm - 2:30pm
3:30pm - 4:15pm
5:15pm - 6:45pm

Thursday, February 28

10:00am - 10:45am
1:45pm - 2:30pm

Thermal Distribution Workshop

The Thermal Distribution Workshop offers a more in-depth look at topics related to the design, operation and optimization of thermal distribution systems. This pre-conference workshop will take place  Monday, February 25 from 1pm-5pm and Tuesday, February 26 from 8am-4pm.

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Microgrid Workshop

The Microgrid Workshop will explore microgrid-spefic topics and provide a look at microgrid projects in campus environments. This pre-conference workshop will take place Tuesday, February 26 from 8am-4pm.

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Technical Tours

Technical Tours will visit local district energy facilities on Friday, March 1. All Technical Tours include a Pre-Tour Briefing where you can enjoy breakfast while tour hosts share brief overview presentations of the systems you will visit on the tour.

Due to space limitations, tour registrations are limited and must be completed in advance of the conference. A waitlist will become available as tours reach capacity.

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