Vanderbilt researchers, students part of inaugural SEC symposium on renewable energy
Two Vanderbilt professors were chosen among energy experts from the Southeastern Conference’s 14 universities, industry and government to address renewable energy topics at the inaugural SEC Symposium, “Impact of the Southeast in the World’s Renewable Energy Future” in Atlanta Feb. 10-12. Vanderbilt’s Aerospace Club represented the university in the SEC showcase.
The first-ever symposium is a component of the SEC’s academic consortium of university presidents and chancellors – SECU – which promotes the academic achievements of the league’s universities.
Led by the University of Georgia and its Bioenergy Systems Research Institute, the symposium featured a wide variety of presentations from faculty representing each of the 14 SEC institutions, an SEC university showcase, poster exhibitions and a reception with the SEC presidents, chancellors and provosts.
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