Learn the Key Skills Needed to Scale Up Battery Innovations
This four-day course covers the fundamentals of battery cell manufacturing, giving you an understanding of energy storage technologies and teaching you the skills to scale up battery innovations at your organization. Through hands-on sessions in the University of Michigan Battery Lab and instruction from faculty and industry experts, you will gain exposure to the aspects of building a battery from start to finish.
PRESENTED BY THE STUDENTS OF WINTER 2018 PUB POL 495: ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY RESEARCH
Location: Weill Hall Betty Ford Classroom (1110)
Free and open to the public
About the symposium:
Student panels will discuss the implications of their independent research projects on state and local environmental policy on issues including water, energy, climate change, and land use.
Dr. John Hartig, the manager for the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, talks about what it takes to foster a conservation ethic in a major urban area, the subject of his book Bringing Conservation to Cities.
Presenter: Michigan Botanical Club
Organized by Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum.