2014 International Workshop on Environment and Alternate Energy – Kennedy Space Center
2014 INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON
ENVIRONMENT AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY
“Increasing Space Mission Resiliency through Sustainability”
Being held at:
NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Florida – October 21-24, 2014
Student Invitation for Presentations
Graduate and Undergraduate Students are Encouraged to Participate
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and European partners, intend to raise awareness with students for the latest technologies, especially towards environmental and alternative energy strategies.
The workshop will provide opportunities for students to meet and work with students from universities and industries around the globe on projects related to:
- Aerospace Materials and Processes (hex chrome, lead-free solder, hydrazine projects, precision cleaning solvents replacement, launch structure coatings, etc)
- Use of Lifecycle Analysis (LCA) in aerospace and energy applications
- Facility Energy and Water supply solutions to provide critical facility resiliency including micro-grid and energy security
- Emerging renewable and alternative energy technologies
- Remediation technologies to apply to contaminated land and water resources
A full day for student presentations and poster display is planned, followed by a reception and awards ceremony. Faculty are encouraged to attend and students are encouraged to participate.
Student abstract deadline is August 28, 2014.
Please visit the workshop site for further details: http://teerm.nasa.gov/workshop2014_studentabstract.htm .
Also, the call for abstracts for presenters for the technical sessions is now open so feel free to pass on the workshop link: http://teerm.nasa.gov/workshop.htm .
For questions, please contact:
3700 N. Courtenay Parkway, Suite 112
Merritt Island, FL 32953