Missouri University of Science and Technology, along with The Boeing Co. and Ameren Missouri, is sponsoring an energy symposium April 3-5 at the Boeing Defense, Space and Security Headquarters in St. Louis. The Wayne and Gayle Laufer Energy Symposium, “Transformational Energy Systems for a Secure Energy Future,” will bring together key business and technical leaders in both legacy and renewable energy technologies.
“Attendees will have the opportunity to network with experts in the field of energy and collaborate with business and research leaders,” says Dr. Joseph D. Smith, the Laufer Chair of Energy at Missouri S&T. “They’ll also get a fresh perspective of hybridized energy systems.”
Featured speakers include David Hughes, president of Global Sustainability Research Inc.; Steve Luker, director of renewable systems integration for The Boeing Co.; and Warner Baxter, president and CEO of Ameren Missouri.
Organizers say the Laufer Energy Symposium will be of interest to industry professionals, academics and policymakers. Participants will receive 10 Personal Development Hours (PDHs) and a USB flash drive containing symposium materials.
Register online. The early bird registration deadline is March 1. For additional registration information, contact Missouri S&T’s office of distance and continuing education at 573-341-6222 or email@example.com.