UT Energy Symposium (Weekly)

Event Date: 
April 18, 2023

The University of Texas at Austin (UT) Energy Symposium is a weekly guest lecture series that is both free and open to the public and available for course credit.

In an effort to provide a multi-disciplinary platform for UT faculty and students to interact on the most pressing energy issues facing our world, the Energy Institute sponsors the UT Energy Symposium (UTES), which will enter its 24th semester in spring 2023.

The UTES serves as a “convener” for the campus community, uniting students interested in energy issues with faculty and others working on sustainable energy security. Students who register for the symposium receive one credit hour for the 15-week seminar course, which is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.

Ongoing themes for UTES include climate change policy, innovation and diffusion of energy technologies, low-carbon technology options and status, and behavioral aspects of energy consumption.

Each UTES talk will be recorded and posted here and on the Energy Institute YouTube channel following the event.

Day & Time: Tuesday, 12:30-1:45 p.m. CT / 1:30-2:45 ET.

How: Stream online (via Zoom or YouTube)


January 17
Are Small-scale LNG Export Facilities Under-regulated in the US?

January 24
Andy Uhler and Mose Buchele, Journalist Perspectives on Reporting on the Energy Industry

January 31
General Motors' Path to Zero Emissions; a Wholistic View

February 7
Energy and the Impact of Incipient Shortages on Cities and Urbanization

February 14
High-temperature Polymer Electrolytes for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Separations

February 21
Science and Engineering of Negative Emissions Technologies

February 28
Michael Yamoah, Coherent Implementation of Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies and Ongoing Implications for ESG Investing

March 7
Storing Hydrogen in the Subsurface: Challenges and Opportunities for Low-carbon Energy

March 14
Spring Break - No Speaker

March 21
An Open Energy System Model Initiative for our Earth

March 28
Life Cycle Assessment of Energy Transitions: the Geospatial Context of Global Change

April 4
Energy and the Evolution of Human Economic Order

April 11
To Be Determined (on the subject of macroeconomic modeling in context of finance and climate change)

April 18
Job Creation Dynamics of Electric Vehicle Adoption

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