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13/6/09 - ISES 2009 was a huge success! Thanks to all the delegates, speakers and sponsors.


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The International Student Energy Summit (ISES) is a global forum that focuses on sustainable resource management and the role that students will play in defining the future of energy development. The International Student Energy Summit targets international, multidisciplinary post secondary students in undergraduate and graduate studies interested in energy. The first event occurred in 2009 in Calgary, Canada and created a network of driven individuals looking to make a difference in the energy sector. The next event will occur within two years. Join the movement! Learn More

For Students.

For students The ISES experience has been developed to provide delegates with knowledge on real energy issues, networking opportunities that can help in career development, and student-oriented social events.

Interactive.

interactive The ISES program combines lecture style presentations with brainstorming sessions, case studies and various networking opportunities. This is not your typical boring conference program.

Multidisciplinary.

multidiscplinary ISES delegates will address all energy issues by looking at a collaborative approach that focuses on corporate, government and not-for-profit working together.

International.

international This event provides a unique opportunity for students from around the globe to meet each other and talk about their initiatives and goals. The differing perspectives and experiences are important in expanding the knowledge of energy on a global scale.

Legacy.

legacy A written publication will address the key issues tackled at ISES and the overall vision of the delegates in addressing them. This publication will be distributed to current energy leaders as insight into the future of energy.

Delegate Materials

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The Publication

Now Available for Download.

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