UCLA to host “Technologies for a Sustainable Future” conference

October 5, 2018
Technologies for a Sustainable Future – UCLA Innovations

Technologies for a Sustainable Future
October 30, 2018 from 3:30 PM-7:00 PM | California Nanosystems Institute on the UCLA Campus

On October 30, 2018, the UCLA Technology Development Group (TDG) will host a conference titled, “Technologies for a Sustainable Future,” at the California Nanosystems Institute. The conference will provide a unique opportunity for networking between UCLA inventors and researchers, investors, and industry executives.

Sustainable LA Grand Challenge researchers participating in the conference include:

–  Ragit Gadh (Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering – Samueli School of Engineering; Founder and Director, Smart Grid Energy Research Center)
–  Mark Gold (Associate Vice Chancellor for Environment and Sustainability; Leader of the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge)
–  Eric Hoek (Professor & Industrial Affiliates Program Director, Civil and Environmental Engineering)
–  Thom Mayne (Distinguished Professor, UCLA Architecture and Urban Design; Founder and Executive Director, The Now Institute; Founding Principal, Morphosis)
–  Richard Wirz (Associate Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering – Samueli School of Engineering)
–  Eui-Sung Yi (Assistant Adjunct Professor, UCLA Architecture; Urban Design Director, The Now Institute; Principal, Morphosis)

The UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge is a co-sponsor of the event, along with UCLA’s Department of Architecture and Urban Design, the California Nanosystems Institute at UCLA, and Foley & Lardner LLP.

Read more about the speakers. For more event details, and to RSVP, please visit the event page.