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Reforming Electric Energy Systems Curriculum
With Emphasis on Renewables/Storage, Smart Delivery and Efficient End-Use

February 4-5, 2011 – Napa Valley Marriott, Napa, California.
ONR/NSF-Sponsored Faculty Workshop

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Workshop Objectives:

*Discuss reforming the Electric Energy Systems Curriculum to be forward-looking with emphasis onrenewables/storage, smart delivery, and efficient end-use
*Create a large and a vibrant learning community

Friday February 4, 2011

Detailed Discussion of the Courses, including Demonstration of the Laboratories, in the Reformed Curriculum on Power Systems, Power Electronics and Electric Drives

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Welcome Remarks and Importance of Reform in Electric Energy Systems Education

Overview of the Proposed Curriculum Reform, Plans for Continuing Efforts and Pedagogy

Online Courses for Universities and Practicing Engineers

Reports of the Working Group Meetings

Banquet Speaker – Professor Derek Abbott, University of Adelaide,
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A 3-year ONR grant received to “Center for Developing and Disseminating a Graduate/Undergraduate Curriculum in Electric Energy Systems to Universities and Practicing Engineers”

ONR-NSF Faculty Workshop - August 2011- ONR-NSF Sponsored Faculty Development Workshop (August 10-13, Minneapolis, Minnesota). More details here.

Faculty Workshop - February 2011 - The workshop on Reforming Electric Energy Systems Curriculum was held from February 4 to 5 at Napa, California. More details here.