Event Category: STEM

3rd Annual Intl. Quantum Information Science Workshop

Innovare Advancement Center will host the 3rd Annual International QIS Workshop on June 22-24, 10am – 2pm ET.

The virtual 3-day event is designed for those in the field of quantum to interact and share perspectives with an established network of leading scientists, engineers, researchers, and entrepreneurs.

Join Innovare for thought provoking presentations, live panel discussions, and engaging technical dialogue.

First Gen Role Models

Part of the ten week long GlobalMindED 2021 Virtual Event. What does success, inclusive leadership, and contribution look like?

Presenters include: Merritt McKenzie, Vanecia Kerr, Dr. Cristina Alfaro, Anthony Newton, Lan Phan, and Serita Liles.

NSF Spring 2021 Virtual Grants Conference

Join the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the Spring 2021 NSF Virtual Grants Conference! This virtual conference will be broadcast live on Zoom during the week of June 7-11, 2021. To register for this free event, visit the conference website. You will need to register for each Zoom session. Please only register for one concurrent session per time block. Feel free to check nsfpolicyoutreach.com for the most up-to-date conference information and to view the conference agenda.

Secure and Resilient Grids: What Do AI and Automation Offer?

Traditionally, utilities have worked with long planning horizons to build out “hard” infrastructure. Today, planning has gotten a lot more complicated. It’s not clear where demand will be and what reliable resources will be available. From an operations perspective, the distribution grid is subject to more localized and unpredictable conditions, requiring rapid response to maintain reliability.

The Energy Transition: Gearing up for the Smarter Grid

PART 1 Visions of 2040: What’s in Store for the Energy Industry?

Rapid change these days has become a way of life. A lot will happen in the next twenty years. There will be considerable advances in technology, transformations in consumer preferences, new business models and continuing efforts to address climate risks. It is also clear that energy systems will need to adapt, perhaps in radical ways, to support new realities.