The iCons Fall Workshop is an annual event where industry and academic thought-leaders engage the iCons community and guests in discussions on a critical real-world issue. The theme of the workshop typically alternates between the iCons tracks: renewable energy and biomedicine/biosystems.
The Business of the Energy Transition
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
6:00 - 8:00 pm EST
UMass Amherst campus | Room TBD
For more information about the iCons Fall Workshop, please contact iCons at email@example.com.
- 2021 | Museum of Science, Boston
Should We Engineer the Mosquito?
- 2020 | Christine Crago (UMass Resource Economics), Peter Green (National Renewable Energy Lab), and Lily Rajic (Elateq)
Social Justice in the Energy Transition
- 2019 | Woody Sherman (ROIVANT) | Curing Cancer without Chemotherapy
- 2018 | Krish Sharman (UMass Mechanical and Industrial Engineering)
Can a Blue Revolution supply a hungry world with food and energy?
- 2017 | Jonathan Thon (Brigham and Women's Hospital)
What do you do when blood supplies run out?
- 2016 | Dan Nocera (Harvard Chemistry)
How can you use solar energy when the sun isn’t shining?
- 2015 | Jeff Karp (Harvard Medical School)
How can you repair a hole in the human body without using sutures?
- 2014 | David O'Connor (ML Strategies), Carter Wall (FirstLight Power), and Mike Kearney (Ambri Inc.)
A Sustainable Blueprint on the Massachusetts Military Reservation
- 2013 | Bob Langer (MIT)
The latest innovation developed in the Langer Lab at MIT
- 2012 | Keith Hastie (U.S. Fish and Wildlife)
Energy development in New England
- 2011 | Pam Silver (Harvard Medical School) and Bill Lee (Gilead)
From Biomedicine to Renewable Energy, how an interdisciplinary career can solve BIG problems