CSE595/EMP572: Special Topics in Convergence Research (2016 Spring)
Subtopic:"Sustainable Energy - Policies and Technologies"
Lecturers (Co-lectured by CS and DTS Faculty):
- James Larson, Professor / Chair / Vice President, Technology and Society (email@example.com)
- Arthur Lee, Professor / Chair, Computer Science (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Anthony J. Pennings, Associate Chair, Technology and Society (email@example.com)
- Faheem Hussain, Assistant Professor, Technology and Society (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Mark D. Whitaker, Assistant Professor, Technology and Society (email@example.com)
- Nasir Sheikh, Assistant Professor, Technology and Society(firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Bong Jun (David) Choi, Assistant Professor, Computer Science (email@example.com)
- Chen-Wei (Jackie) Wang, Research Assistant Professor, Computer Science (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Youngmin Kwon, Associate Professor, Computer Science (email@example.com)
Lectures: M, W 17:00 ~ 18:20, B204
Office Hours: Individualy by appointment
Main Course Description:
- This multidisciplinary course provides a comprehensive overview of emerging topics in society from both policy and technology point of view. Topics include energy, big data, disaster prevention/management, public safety, bio-medical, and security. The goal of the course is to assist students to gain insights into different special topics to solve challenging problems and discover new ones.
- Multidisciplinary course on future energy ecosystem for environmentally friendly and sustainable future energy hungry society. Topics include energy policies, energy governance, energy economics, renewable energy assessment, information technology for energy system, smart grid communications and networks, energy efficient system and devices, and energy efficient software design.
- Upon finishing the course, students should be able to discover innovative and practical energy issues of the future society (and developing society).
- Foster global leaders having insights into future energy ecosystem.
Course Materials / References::
- Lecture notes, technical papers, articles, news clips, etc. prepared by each faculty.
- Attendance: 40%
- Group Project and Presentation: 30%
- Evaluation (Quiz, Assignment, Discussion, etc.): 40%
- Course Overview:
- Lecturers: All participating faculty
- Date: Feb. 27
- Convergence, Korean Smart Grid, and International Financial Context:
- Lecturer: James Larson, Anthony J. Pennings
- Dates: Mar. 6, 8, 13
- Engineering and Public Policy:
- Lecturer: Faheem Hussain
- Dates: Mar. 15, 20, 22
- Energy Politics: Sustainable and Unsustainable Energy Regimes; Sponsorship and Innovation, or Repression and Blocking:
- Lecturer: Mark Douglas Whitaker
- Dates: Mar. 27, 29, April 3
- Note: Mar. 27 and April 3 Lectures start at 6 pm
- Assessment of Renewable Energy Technologies using Decision Modeling, Renewable Energy Strategic Road mapping for Policy and Technology Foresight:
- Lecturer: Nasir Sheikh
- Dates: April 5, 10, 12
- Future Energy Network:
- Lecturer: David Choi
- Dates: April 17, 19, 24
- Formal Verification of Function Blocks Applied to IEC 61131-3:
- Lecturer: Chen-Wei (Jackie) Wang
- Dates: April 26, May 1, 8
- Quantitative model checking techniques for energy systems:
- Lecturer: Youngmin Kwon
- Dates: May 22, 24, 29
- Final Project Presentation:
- This course was supported by the MSIP (Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning), Korea, under the “ICT Consilience Creative Program” (IITP-2015-R0346-15-1007) supervised by the IITP (Institute for Information & communications Technology Promotion).