The IEEE Future Directions Committee have arranged an an Online Forum on Climate Change Technologies (OFCCT), which will be held on October 23-26, 2023 and will highlight recent developments in IEEE technologies and solutions that promote climate stability.
The OFCCT will be an online cross-disciplinary conference with speakers and experts from all over the world working in the energy space and net zero. Participants will learn about IEEE’s use of technology to achieve goals related to addressing the challenges posed by adaptation to and mitigation of climate change, as well as achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
IEEE has over 40 Technical Societies and Councils, and over 100 conferences that cover Sustainability and Climate Change Technologies. This online forum will focus on four tracks: Green Energy, Climate Monitoring, Food Security, and IEEE Activities.
It will provide interesting and relevant keynote talks on technology. There will be over 20 talks over 4 days with “on demand” viewing possible. IEEE provides a neutral platform for discussions. IEEE will function as a technology provider.
Speakers include Saifur Rahman, Chongqing Kang, Brian Zahnstecher, Tom Coughlin, Danilo Demarchi, Daniel Kammen, Matías Miguez, Samsuzana Abd Aziz, Ronny Hänsch, Wei-Jen Lee, Paul Jaffe, Avik Bhattacharya, Biqing Zhu, Adrian Bull, Ahmed Hussein, Steven Mirsky, Brian Zahnstecher, Long Zhao, John Verboncoeur, Christine Miyachi, Maike Luiken and Sharan Kalwani.
The program schedule is available at https://ieee-ofcct.org/program/
Here is a link to the keynotes: https://ieee-ofcct.org/keynotes/
|Sensing and Automation Technologies in Smart Buildings for a Sustainable Climate
|Power System Transition: A Carbon Perspective
|The INGR Drives Carbon Footprints & Enables a Sustainable Future
|Climate-Smart Agriculture for Food Security
|Accelerating Climate Action through Science and Policy Partnerships
|Mitigating Livestock’s Climate Footprint: How Can Electronics Help?
|Samsuzana Abd Aziz
|Innovation of Agrifood Systems through Data-Driven Approaches
|The IEEE GRSS Earth Observation Database – Application Ready Data at Your Fingertips
|Participating in IEEE Climate Change Mitigation and Adaption Activities
|Power Beaming and Space Solar
|Impact of Climate Change on Terrestrial Ecosystems: A Remote Sensing Perspective
|Carbon Monitor-Power: Near-Real-Time Monitoring of Global Power System and Its Applications at Local Levels
There is a promocode for $20 for all (DiscountCode23)
|IEEE Student/Life Member