Panel Session with John Parsons (MIT, Moderator), Matthew Nordan (Lux Research), Ali Nourai (American Electric Power), Gary Colello (Premium Power)
Panel Session with Professor Daniel Snow (Harvard, Moderator), John Casesa (Casesa Shapiro Group), Sven Thesen (Better Place), and John Viera (Ford Motor Company)
Panel Session with Harvey Michaels (MIT, Moderator), Tim Healy (EnerNOC), Bernard Neenan (EPRI), and Sue Coakley (Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships Inc.)
Keynote by Lars Josefsson, President and CEO, Vattenfall
Opening Remarks by Susan Hockfield, MIT President
Panel Session with Denny Ellerman (MIT, Moderator), Robert Shannon (Siemens), Ian Copeland (Bechtel), and Jake Erhard (Arclight Capital)
Panel Session with Professor Larry Susskind (MIT, Moderator), Michael Metzner (First Wind), Gerardo Gonzalez (Red Electrica de Espana), Karl Rabago
Dr. Hans Blix delivers the address
The MIT Energy Conference frames conversation and informs debate on the most pressing global energy issues and opportunities. Each year, it brings together current and future leaders in energy technology, policy and business to participate in stimulating discussions. ...
2012 CDD Forum: Shrinking Cities Jill Desimini is a landscape architect and an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Her research focuses on landscape strategies for shrinking cities in North America. ...
Richard N. Palmer, Ph.D.Department Head and Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts, AmherstRecorded 4/23/12Scientific evidence tells us that global climate is changing. However, precise impacts on natural and man-made systems ...
April 27, 2012 Speaker: David Cohen, Massachusetts General Hospital Special Presentation: The origins of the MEG (McGovern Institute director Robert Desimone introduces David Cohen.)
April 27, 2012 McGovern Institute Symposium -- MEG: Applications to Cognitive Neuroscience Speaker: David Poeppel, New York University Unpacking the temporal structure of speech and language processing
MEG: Applications to Cognitive Neuroscience
April 27, 2012 McGovern Institute Symposium -- MEG: Applications to Cognitive Neuroscience Speaker: Patricia Kuhl, University of WAshington, Seattle Using MEG to explore developmental change in speech processing: a focus on sensory-motor connections
April 27, 2012 McGovern Institute Symposium -- MEG: Applications to Cognitive Neuroscience Speaker: Richard Coppola, National Institute of Mental Health MEG in the search for intermediate phenotypes and biomarkers in neuropsychiatric research
April 27, 2012 McGovern Institute Symposium -- MEG: Applications to Cognitive Neuroscience Speakers: Charles Jennings and Robert Desimone, McGovern Institute Opening remarks
April 27, 2012 McGovern Institute Symposium -- MEG: Applications to Cognitive Neuroscience Speaker: Sylvain Baillet, Montreal Neurological Institute Dynamic imaging of ongoing brain activity: the healthy and diseased brain at rest
The 2012 MIT $100K Business Plan Contest drew a record 215 teams to compete for the coveted grand prize: $100,000 to start a business venture or market a new product.
Part Five: The 2012 MIT Game Lab Symposium: "Games In Everyday Life and Why That Matters To You" An annual symposium to discuss the role of games throughout our lives today and the potential for collaboration and development with games research at the MIT Game Lab . ...