Energy and Environment Seminar Series

Learn. Grow. Discover.

The Energy Institute hosts a series of seminars led by researchers and students working at the Institute. The series brings together members of the Institute to learn about each other’s research, ask questions, and discover commonalities between different fields of study.

Each seminar features a member of a different research team, who presents about his or her project, the motivation behind it, and its results. The series explores a range of topics that Energy Institute researchers focus on, such as methane leak sensing, natural gas engine emissions, and environmental responses to climate change.

Past presentation topics include:

  • Oxidation degradation and regeneration on natural gas engines
  • Natural gas conditioning using membrane separation for shale gas compressors
  • Modeling and control for twisted and coiled artificial muscle

All seminars are held at the Classroom (room 104) of the Powerhouse Campus. For more information about the series and how to get involved, please contact Professor Shantanu Jathar.

See our upcoming seminar series and events below.

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CH4 Connections: The Methane Emissions Conference

CH4 Connections: The Methane Emissions Conference

Dec 12, 8:00am - Dec 13, 3:30pm

Energy Institute at Colorado State University
430 N College Ave
Fort Collins, CO  80524 Map

Driving Reductions of Methane Emissions

The rapidly changing landscape of technology, regulation, and work practices will take center stage at the 2017 CH4 Connections conference on December 12-13, 2017 at the Energy Institute at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. In addition, expert presentations will address measurement methods and regulation and policy, and how these issues converge with technology investment, innovations, and challenges.

***If you are a CSU student, CSU faculty member or CSU affiliated company, please email Maury.Dobbie@colostate.edu to receive a special discount code!***

Session topics will include:
Technology and Innovation
Regulatory landscape
Work Practices
Measurement Technology Equivalency
Qualitative and Quantitative Measurement
See the proposed agenda here: www.gastechnology.org/CH4/Pages/default.aspx

Who will attend:
Researche​rs
Scientists
Engineers
Developers
Utility representatives
Policymakers
Environmentalists
Funders

Why attend:
2-days of peer-reviewed environmental sessions
Leading Methane Emissions conference in the United States; exposure to industry thought leaders
Dynamic keynotes addresses and panels
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Presented by Gas Technology Institute (GTI) and the Energy Institute at Colorado State University, this premier event will focus on the latest research and insights on gas industry emissions.
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Winter Bike to Work Day

Winter Bike to Work Day

Dec 13, 7:00am - Dec 13, 9:30am

Fort Collins, CO
Fort Collins, CO  80521 – 80528 Map

Fort Collins' 11th Annual Winter Bike to Work Day is coming Wednesday, December 13, 2017. Ride your bike to work or anywhere, stop at one of more than 40 breakfast stations located all around Fort Collins, and snag free breakfast!

Join students, faculty and staff during the annual winter Bike to Work Day on Dec. 13. The university will host a breakfast station from 7 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. on the Oval between East Drive and Amy Van Dyken Way.

Breakfast will include free coffee, yogurt, cinnamon rolls, donuts and energy bars, along with CSU freebies.

The university has set a goat to exceed 300 bikers participating this year. This is the 11th annual winter bike to work day in the city, and more than 40 free breakfast stations will be located across Fort Collins.
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Powerhouse Energy Campus Holiday Hours

Powerhouse Energy Campus Holiday Hours

Dec 22, 1:00am - Dec 28, 12:00am

Powerhouse Energy Campus
430 N College Ave
Fort Collins, CO  80524 Map

The Powerhouse will be locked on December. 22nd, 25th, 26th and 27th for the holiday break. If you need to access the building during these days, please remember to use your Ram ID card.

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