Dr. Henry Louie
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Seattle University, Co-Founder, KiloWatts for Humanity


The presentations below are from various talks that I have given over the years. They are in .pdf form. It is possible that figures, equations and slides in general did not survive the translation with full integrity. Please contact me if you need .ppt versions or clarifications. If you plan on using any or all of my presentation slides, please give me proper credit.

"Engineering Education and Energy Poverty Alleviation," ASEE Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, Jun. 2015.

"Re-envisioning Electricity Service in Sub-Saharan Africa," IEEE-IEEMA Intelect Conference and Exhibition, Jan. 2015

"Community Microgrids: A New Hope for the Energy Impoverished," Renewable Energy Research Conference, Oslo, Norway, Jun. 2014.

"Electricity Past and Future: The U.S. Experience", EEA Conference, Keynote Presentation, Auckland, New Zealand, Jun. 2013.

"Energy, Engineering, and Social Justice", (various locations), Jun. 2013.

"Power to the People: The Role of Power Engineers in Energy Poverty Alleviation", IEEE PES Lehigh Valley/Lehigh University Seminar, Bethlehem, PA, Jan. 2013

"Energy and Income Slides", various presentations

"Power to the People: The Role of Power Engineers in Energy Poverty Alleviation", IEEE PES Seattle Chapter Meeting, Redmond, WA, Oct. 2012

“Energy Storage Opportunities and Challenges in Improvised Rural Micro Grids,”
Panel Session, Great Lakes Symposium, Chicago, IL, Sept. 2012.

"Humanitarian Engineering", Seattle University International Education Week, 2012

"My Short Career in Power Engineering", IEEE Student Seminar, 2011

"Technologically Appropriate Wind Turbines for Zambia: A Sustainable Pathway for Rural Electrification", WSU, 2011

"Affordable Wind Turbines for Energy Poverty Alleviation", Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, 2011

"Wind Turbine Generators for Energy Poverty Alleviation in Rural Communities", Kettering University, 2011

"A Brief Introduction to Renewable Energy and the Smart Grid", Seattle City Light Power Exchange, 2011

"Engineering a Future City", Future Cities Keynote, 2011

"Resources for Pre-University Power Engineering Outreach", PES General Meeting, 2011

"Electromagnetic Field Modeling of Appropriate Technology Generators for Rural Electrification", GHTC, 2011

"Field Experiences in Wind Turbines for Energy Poverty Alleviation", PES General Meeting, 2011

"Humanitarianism for Engineers", UW Humanitarian Panel, 2010

"The Smart Grid: Applications, Technologies and Standards", The Boeing Company, 2010

"Using Audience Response Systems to Enrich Engineering Education", ASEE, 2010

"An Introduction and User's Guide to the IEEE Smart Grid Web Portal", ISGT, 2010

"Design and Testing of a Small Human-Powered Generator for Developing Rural Communitites", NAPS, 2010

"Engineering a Difference: Seattle University Service Work in Zambia", IEEE Fall Banquet Keynote Slides, 2009

"The World of Renewable Energy", SCCC, 2009

"Estimating Aggregate Wind Plant Capacity from Historical Time Series", NAPS 2009

"Statistical Effects of Geographic Diversity on Wind Plant Integration", UW, 2009

"Economic Analysis of Power Generation Forecast Utilization by Merchant Wind Plants", NAPS 2008
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