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NOVEMBER 28TH: LECTURE 8: COMPUTING THE FUTURE
Learn about how climate models were developed and used to predict the effects of climate change, including feedback scenarios.
We welcome Brian Smith, Lab Program Manager for the Wind and Water Power Programat the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden. Brian will share information about his work in NREL's and DOE's wind research programs.
Brian joined NREL in1988. He currently serves as Wind and Water Power Manager. He is responsible for managing the laboratory commitments to the DOE Wind & Hydropower Program Office and ensuring fulfillment of those commitments. He works directly with NREL's NWTC (National Wind Technology Center) and with wind program staff at Sandia National Laboratories. Brian started at NREL as a test engineer for field testing of advanced blades and then became project leader for advanced wind technology development and field verification partnerships with industry. He has been involved with the DOE Turbine Research and DOE-EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) Turbine Verification Program activities since their inception in the early 1990s and is well versed in many aspects of wind turbine research, design, product development, manufacturing, installation, testing, certification, operation, and maintenance. Before joining NREL, Brian worked as Chief Engineer and Operations & Maintenance Manager for several wind energy companies in California from 1984 to 1988 during the initial wind rush. Brian and his family reside in Evergreen.
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