Monday, April 21, 2014 to Thursday, April 24, 2014
Hosted at the Horace B. Rackham Building at the University of Michigan, the second annual Global Symposium on Connected Vehicles and Infrastructure will feature experts addressing a wide range of topics encompassing technical issues, policy implications, and public acceptance of wireless communication between vehicles and between vehicles and infrastructure. The main symposium ends on April 23 at 12:30 p.m. A related workshop, "Energy and Environmental Implications of Automated Transportation," will be held April 23-24 in the same location. Details and speakers are TBA.
This Michigan Energy Forum event will be moderated by Energy Institute Director Mark Barteau. The mission of the forum is to facilitate collaboration and networking among practitioners, policy makers, investors and talent.
As the new energy economy develops, it will bring the creation of new and different jobs. What might some of those be, and what skills will be required? What type of education will be needed to prepare for those jobs, and how will current offerings change?