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Lecture “McKinsey Cost Curve” by Prof. Ralph Lescroart PDF Print E-mail


Lecture on "McKinsey Cost Curve" will be given by Prof. Ralph Lescroart on March 29th, 2010, at 3.15p.m., in Lecture Hall A0

Lecture  Summary

Climate change is happening now. Greenhouse gas emissions have to be cut drastically.  But by how much ?  Is it realistic ? Will it be difficult ? Does it mean going back to the Middle Ages ?  And what will it cost ?  In January 2009, McKinsey & Company issued the report "Pathways to a Low-Carbon Economy", presenting an updated version of their already famous Abatement Cost Curve. What does the curve really tell us about our future ? Is there a hidden message ?

Impressions after 1st semester PDF Print E-mail


First semester of EFE studies is about to be completed. What are the impressions of students who started their higher education on October 1st, 2009 ? How do they evaluate that time spent at the university ?


Invited lecture for EFE students PDF Print E-mail

We are very sorry to inform that due to unexpected health problems of Prof. Tijunelis the lecture is canceled.

Invited lecture for EFE students will be given on 1.12.2009 (Tuesday) at 1.15p.m. at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science, al. Armii Krajowej 21, in the meeting room of the Faculty Board, I floor, room 119.

Prof. D. Tijunelis, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT Chicago)

Lecture title:
"Sustainable Development Option - a general briefing of the dominant views of greenhouse effect (GHG) plus a brief GHG introduction with an example of environmentally neutral energy option - the biomass potential".

Lecture duration: appr. 45 min. + discussion

EFE start-up PDF Print E-mail

The inaugurating meeting for EFE students was held on Friday 2.10.2009 in room B1 (mechanical engineering department). The meeting was chaired by EFE Director - prof. Stanisław Drobniak.


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