There has never been a better time for IEEE professionals to weigh in on environmentally acceptable alternatives and improvements to our traditional energy economy. Wind farms are springing up almost overnight in West Texas. The state of Texas is investing $5B in grid infrastructure to connect areas with surplus generation to areas of unmet demand. Texas Tech has been identified as a leading provider of training for a workforce to service this growing industry at all levels. The Green Technology Conference will provide a forum for us to consider all aspects of alternative energy, from solar to nuclear to bio to wind, from generation to distribution to efficient use.
The conference organizing committee is requesting submission from across the state, region, and nation for this opportunity to share the thoughts and plans for meeting the challenge of a changing global energy calculus.
Join us in this effort by sending your submissions to:
Paper Submission: 24 Oct 2008
Tutorial Submission: 24 Oct 2008
Workshop Proposals: 24 Oct 2008
Panel Proposals: 24 Oct 2008
Acceptance Notification: 15 Jan 2009
Camera-Ready Papers: 01 Mar 2009
Visit http://www.ieeegreentech.org for more information on brochures and fliers.
Dr. Richard Gale
College of Engineering
Lubbock, TX 79409-43103