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GCEP Research Symposium 2005
Meeting the Challenge of Reducing Global GHG Emissions Through Energy Research

June 13 - 16, 2005
Stanford University

GCEP held its first energy research symposium which featured well-known speakers and leading researchers from Stanford and around the world. The keynote speakers included: Prof. Freeman Dyson, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University; Prof. Ernest Moniz, Department of Physics, MIT; and Prof. David Victor, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development at the Center for Environmental Science and Policy, Stanford University. The four-day event provided a forum for the discussion of energy technologies needed for a future with significantly reduced greenhouse gas emissions. GCEP-funded investigators gave presentations highlighting the results of their innovative research, and their graduate students and postdoctoral researchers hosted poster sessions to provide the details of their work. Over 300 people attended this event which was held at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center at Stanford University.

Selected presentations are available by date and topic below:

Monday, June 13: Geologic Sequestration of CO2
Tuesday, June 14: Advanced Combustion
Wednesday, June 15: Hydrogen
Thursday, June 16: Assessments, Renewables, and New GCEP Projects


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