Poster Session & Awards
Sunday, October, 23 6:00PM – 8:00pm
Omni Hotel, The Landing, 1st Floor
At this unique event, students present their recent academic work, completed or in progress, to all conference delegates in a specially designed networking session. The session affords rare visibility of your research among an audience of hundreds of delegates in the field of energy economics, including prominent research scholars from across the country.
All students attending the conference are encouraged to apply for the Poster Session. One can apply for only the poster session or apply for both a concurrent session presentation and poster (or apply only for a concurrent session). If a student chooses to apply for a concurrent session and we are unable to accept their abstract, they may still receive an invitation to join the student poster competition and present a poster.
While students not giving a presentation during a concurrent session of the conference will be given priority, those giving a presentation may be invited to also partake in this session.
The posters will be judged by an independent panel and a single cash prize of $1,000 will be awarded to the student with the best poster presentation. Entrants must be a member of USAEE/IAEE and a full-time student at the time of abstract submission.
Ying Yu, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Will Climate Change Affect Household Energy Burdens? Empirical Evidence From the United States
Daniela Ismail, University of Houston, Hydrogen Fuel Stations in Houston for Heavy Duty Trucks
Student unable to attend
Han Yan, Rice University, Choice to Make-the Impact of Urbanization on Residential Cooking Fuel Transition in China
Wenjing Su, Pennsylvania State University, A Stochastic Optimization Approach to Planning for Wide-Area Failures in Interconnected Natural Gas and Electric Power Transmission System
Luke Min, Rice University, Can Germany Survive This and Coming Winters W/O Russian Gas? Short-Term Natural Gas Demand Forecast
Kelsey Biscocho, Purdue University, Geospatial and Social Factors Affecting Equitable U.S. Heating Electrification
Ismail Kimuli, Makerere University of Uganda, Development of a Sustainable Low-Carbon-Footprint for the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area Towards the Mid-Century: The Efficacy of a Times/CGE Hybrid Framework
Yayun Chen, Texas A&M University, Is Hydrogen a Promising Low-Carbon Future in the Agricultural Sector?
Jan Priesmann, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule (RWTH) Aachen University of Germany, Rising Energy Costs of Private Households: Analysis of Efficient Relief Measures for the Case of Germany
Grishma Manandhar, Washington State University, Autonomous Agent Enabled Auction Design for Peer-To-Peer Electricity Trading in Microgrids
Chikashi Togashi, Akita University of Japan, First Estimation of Costs and Carbon Offset Credits Associated With Oil Well Plugging in Japan Based on Natural Gas Emissions Detected From Abandoned Kurokawa Oil Wells
Student unable to attend
Yanning Li, University of California, Davis, When Will California’s Electric Distribution System Need to Be Upgraded to Meet Electric Vehicle Charging Demand?
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