What is AZSEC?
AzSEC is an annual student conference on renewable energy science, technology and policy. The conference welcomes graduate students and post-docs from ASU, UA, and NAU to share their own research, learn about and discuss cutting-edge research through presentations, Grand Challenge Interdisciplinary groups, posters, and discussions. This conference is a prime opportunity for peer networking and ideas exchange!
AzSEC is supported and attended by industry leaders and University faculty who are accessible to talk with during panels, evening mixer and poster session.
Networking • Panels • Tours • Presentations • Poster Competition
When and where is the AZSEC conference?
The 2021 general conference will be held as a virtual event on September 30. This year’s event will include a live video stream of our keynote address and panels on Thursday afternoon, September 30.
How do I register?
Click on the AzSEC Registration link on the front page.
What will it cost to attend?
There is no fee to attend the live-stream events of the conference, however registration is required.
Who do I contact if I have questions about AZSEC Conference Registration?
NAU: Tom Acker, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org; (928) 523-8363
ASU: Ruby Sayed, email@example.com; (480) 965-9572
When/where do I check into the conference?
Registrants will receive a unique webinar link to access the virtual conference events.
No tours are planned at this time.
Activities and Events
Will there be networking opportunities?
Networking opportunities will include:
- A panel discussion on Thursday, September 30 focused on the “Energy Transitions on Native Lands” and will include panelists from the Navajo Nation, NREL’s Tribal Energy Program, NAU’s Center for American Indian Economic Development, University of Arizona’s Native American Initiatives, and Arizona Utilities.
Will there be any organized Conference excursions?
No planned excursions.