EPPAM POLICY REVIEW
EPPAM Policy Review provides a forum for the analysis of important issues of energy by researchers. The series aims to identify key policy issues; apply the best and most up-to-date research to help understand these issues; and to explore the implications of this research for the design and conduct policy. We aim to publish between 4 and 6 policy papers each year.
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STANFORD UNIVERSITY BING OVERSEAS STUDIES PROGRAM
Delegation comprised of 3 academicians and 22 students from Stanford University Arts and Social Sciences Department visited Istanbul Aydin University Energy Politics and Markets Research Center (IAU‐EPPAM) on January 25, 2010. In the scope of cooperation concluded between Stanford University Bing Overseas Program in Berlin Director Dr. Uli Brückner and IAU‐EPPAM Director Dr. Filiz Katman, "Seminar on Energy and Foreign Policy" is presented by Dr. Filiz Katman.
It is agreed to strengthen the current partnership by the parties of the program, after successfull completion of 2010 program.
2011 program will be held between January 23–26 in Istanbul.
CAMPAIGN 2011: SAVE ENERGY FOR TOMORROW, NOW!
Campaign 2011 is comprised of activities for;
- raising awareness,
- creating consciousness,
- acting towards energy saving.
iEnergy is a toolkit containing practical guidance and best practice for reducing building-related energy. It's designed for individuals to help them identify energy saving opportunities - both quick wins and longer term solutions.
TURKEY 2010 ENERGY CONSCIOUSNESS AWARDS
Turkey 2010 Energy Consciousness Awards will be organized as part of Save Energy for Tomorrow, NOW! Campaign aims at raising awareness, creating consciousness, and acting accordingly. Awards will be dedicated to prominent names at individual and corporate category including business people, artists, scientists, journalists, academics, bureucrats, sports people at individual level; private sector, public sector, civil sector, and international organizations/initiatives created a benchmark or role model on energy consciousness.
Under the auspices of EPPAM, IAU students at Political Science and International Relations Department will organizeDiplomacy Forum, in which issues of world politics including diplomacy, foreign policy, economics and other related issues will be discussed with participation of diplomats, bureucrats, businessmen, journalists, and analysts at think-tanks. We believe that with this diplomacy forum, our students will have a chance to learn issues of world politics and foreign policy of the world states at first hand, and also to learn about their prospect jobs in order to prepare themselves with regard to the requirements of the jobs.
FELLOWS & STUDY GROUPS
Fellows at EPPAM will work within study groups in order to analyse developments on energy issues.