The SyracuseCoE's 12th Annual Symposium in Energy and Environmental Systems is only two weeks away, and I’m writing to make sure you're aware of the terrific program of speakers and workshops planned. And we invite and encourage you to share this information with employees and other professional networks you're engaged with.
In addition to an opening address by Bill Reed, an internationally-recognized author and proponent of an integrative, whole-systems design process, we are also honored to be joined by Fumitoshi Emura of Hitachi's Smart Infrastructure Systems Business Division in Japan, who will share Hitachi's vision for Social Innovation Business, focused on integrated systems at personal, home, neighborhood, and community scales, including electric vehicles, home energy management, community energy management, intelligent water, water recycling, smart mobility, security, and district heating and cooling.
This year's Symposium features a full line-up of outstanding keynote speakers and session presentations, networking opportunities for practitioners, faculty and students, as well as more in-depth workshops. We even offer a guided tour of Syracuse's LEEDR Platinum buildings! AIA and GBCI continuing education credits are available for most sessions and workshops.
If you haven't already registered, be sure and sign up today at http://www.syracusecoe.org/coe/newevents-noreg.html?event=18