500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, California 95053

ASME Santa Clara Valley Section and Santa Clara University are proud to sponsor and organize the full day symposium, "The Many Facets of Clean Energy Technologies" on May 12th, 2007 at Santa Clara University. This Symposium will bring the Bay Area engineering community together to learn the latest trends in clean energy technologies, and to address career and business opportunities in this emerging field. The Symposium will feature key-note speakers, 8+ technical and business sessions, technology exhibitors and networking. The technology focus of the Symposium will be on solar, wind, and hydrogen.

Dr. Charlie Gay from Applied Materials Clean Energy Group and ASME International President Dr. Terry Shoup will join the Symposium as Keynote speakers along with several other business and technology leaders from the Bay Area.

9:00-10:30 AM Solar Energy (Moderator - Dr. Metin Ozen)
* Charlie Gay, Ph.D. Applied Materials
* Graham Ford, CEO of HelioDynamics, Cambridge, UK
* Wasiq Bokhari, Ph.D. Managing Partner, Quantum Insight

11:00-12:00 AM Solar & Wind (Moderator- Dr. Jorge Gonzalez)
* Chris Eberspacher, Nanosolar
* Rick Koebbe, CEO of Power Works

12:00-1:30 PM Lunch - Key Note, ASME International President, Terry Shoup, Ph.D.

1:30-2:30 PM Hydrogen & Other Renewables (Moderator-Amer El Hage)
* Chuck Nolan, Founder of Modular Energy Solutions (Sunnyvale, CA)
* Santa Clara University Solar Decathlon Project

3:00-4:00 PM Round Table "Business Opportunities in Clean Technologies"
* Moderator John Giddings of Silicon Valley Leadership Group

4:00-5:00 PM Closing Reception

For technical information about this event contact Symposium Organizers; Amer El Hage, [email protected] or Jorge E. Gonzalez, [email protected]

$75 ASME or other SVEC.org affiliated technical society member, $225 Non-Member(includes 1yr membership), $25 full time student or unemployed.

Official Website: http://sections.asme.org/scvs/

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