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2014 Fall Sustainable Transportation Seminar Series

About the Seminar

The Sustainable Transportation Seminar series is designed to foster a community of faculty, researchers and students around the theme of sustainable transportation policy, systems and solutions. One of the main goals of the seminar is to prepare and inspire students for their thesis.

The presenter has 20 minutes to present a seminar in a chosen topic. We welcome work in progress or in formulation stages. Presentation is followed by 40 minutes of open discussion among attendants.

The seminar was initiated by Dr Lee Schipper, senior researcher at PEEC and prominent figure in the world of sustainable transportation. He passed away on August 16th 2011 and is dearly missed!

To receive updates about the seminar please register at: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/transportseminar

Sustainable Transportation Flier (pdf)

Where and When
The seminar is held on Fridays at 2:30 pm in room 105 of the Y2E2 building at Stanford University.

Fall Term 2014 Schedule

Date Speaker Topic + Slides (posted when available) Location
Oct 3 David Rust, Lyft How Community is Changing Transportation: A
Look Inside Lyft’s Growth
Room 105, Y2E2
Oct 10 Wei-shiuen Ng, PEEC Assessing the Impact of Parking Pricing on Travel Demand and Behavior Room 105, Y2E2
Oct 17 Anand Gopal,
LBNL
Real-world Performance and Economics of Electrified Vehicles in China and India Room 105, Y2E2
Oct 24 Chris Mi, University of Michigan-Dearborn Development of an Extremely Efficient Wireless EV Charger Room 105, Y2E2
Oct 31 No Seminar
Nov 7 No Seminar
Nov 14 Rod McCall,
University of Luxemburg

TBD

Room 105, Y2E2
Nov 21 Dirk Ahlborn, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Inc. TBD Room 105, Y2E2
Dec 5 Diana Ginnebaugh,
PEEC  
Can Car Sharing Facilitate a more Sustainable Car Purchase? Room 105, Y2E2

Contacts

For more information or if you want to present at the seminar please contact:

Ram Rajagopal
ramr@stanford.edu
Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Construction Engineering Management and Atmosphere/Energy Programs
Stanford University
Yang & Yamazaki Environment & Energy Building, Room 295
473 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305

Diana Ginnebaugh, PhD
moongdes@stanford.edu
Postdoctoral Scholar
Precourt Energy Efficiency Center
Stanford University
Yang & Yamazaki Environment & Energy Building, Room 390C
473 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305
www.stanford.edu/~moongdes

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