The Ralph O’Connor Sustainable Energy Institute (ROSEI) is hosting an all-day summit on January 18 to share all the varied research being conducted at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) in sustainable energy. The summit will take place on the Homewood campus, and will be fully in-person.
“ROSEI’s goal for the event is to bring the Hopkins community together around our shared interests in sustainable energy and addressing climate change,” said ROSEI Director Benjamin Schafer. “As a result, we hope that anyone doing research in the sustainable energy field at Hopkins presents at the 2023 ROSEI Summit. It does not matter which school the person is a part of, anyone whose research addresses sustainable energy in some manner and aims to combat climate change is welcome.”
Currently, ROSEI is compiling its list of presenters for the summit. Presenters must register in advance to be on the agenda. An individual must be affiliated with Hopkins to be eligible to present. This includes graduate students, postdoctoral candidates, research scientists, engineers, and faculty.
The ROSEI Summit will include main sessions for all attendees, as well as breakout tracks to provide opportunities for people working in similar areas to collaborate and share ideas in small groups. There will also be presentations from the leaders of ROSEI’s four current research pillars – Carbon, Storage, Wind and Grid – who will discuss their current research and the impact it can have in the fight against climate change.