- About CESAR or CanESS: Posters providing information about CESAR, or about the Canadian Energy Systems Simulator (CanESS) model that CESAR has used in some of its studies, or to support the work of students registered in Scie529 (see below).
- CESAR Research Studies: Posters that summarize research carried out by graduate students or other researchers working in CESAR, including on the CESAR Pathways Project.
- Scie529 Capstone Projects: Posters generated by teams of four or five engineering, natural science or business undergraduate students registered in the Scie529 course in the fall terms of 2014-2017, inclusive. Scie529 is the capstone ‘Energy, Environment and Economy Project course' that is part of the energy specialization in the Faculty of Science at the University of Calgary (Course coordinator is CESAR's Director, David Layzell). While many of these student reports are of a high quality, readers should be cautious in interpreting the reliability of the results and conclusions. We provide these reports to profile the work of the students and to illustrate the breadth, tools and nature of the insights that can be obtained through technology-rich scenario modeling of energy futures. Contact CESAR for more information.
Efficient Spaces to Live and Work: The CESAR Pathways Project on Modelling Canada’s Low Carbon Future
Alberta’s Role in Connecting the Hydrogen Economy: Utilizing Natural Gas Pipelines to Transport Hydrogen
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