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UT Energy Week

Energy Week is FREE for students! 

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UT Energy Week (29 Jan - 2 Feb 2018) is a week long conference on energy, hosted collaboratively by the University of Texas faculty from the Energy Institute and the students from Longhorn Energy. The conference brings in a multitude of different speakers, from government, academia and industry to have open dialogues on a number of highly relevant energy topics in the form of panel discussions. This energy week aims to be a platform for innovative ideas, dialogues and holistic perspectives on non-renewable and alternative energy. The University of Texas at Austin is one of the leading universities for energy research, but beyond that it is the center for interdisciplinary research, something that is necessary to gain an accurate perspective on energy issues and which is emphasized throughout Energy Week.

During Energy Week Longhorn Energy will also be hosting a variety of other events, including a student research poster competition, a case study competition and a start-up challenge.