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Journal of Engineering
and Public Policy

(Volume 15, September 2011)

Table of Contents

(All papers and presentations
will be loaded by the end of August 2011)

INTRODUCTION

Fukushima and the Future of U.S. Nuclear Energy

Lauren Boldon, ANS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

[Paper][Presentation]

At Wheel Stop: A Review of U.S. Human Space Exploration Policy
Marc Canellas
, SAE, University Of Missouri-Columbia

[Please contact SAE directly for a copy of Marc's paper] [Presentation]

Long-Term Interim Storage for Used Nuclear Fuel: Dry Cask Storage in Centralized Storage Facilities
Eric Davied, ANS, Texas A&M University

[Paper][Presentation]

The Direct Market Option: Improving the Quality, Quickness, and Quantity of Access to Alzheimer’s Disease Treatments

Whitney Davis, IEEE, University of Arkansas

[Paper] [Presentation]

Confidence in the United States Patent System

David Freese, IEEE, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

[Paper] [Presentation]

Moving Past the “Wall” of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS): Exploring the Limitations of Corn-Based Ethanol As A Renewable Fuel

Martha Hay, AIChE, Virginia Polytechnic University

[Paper][Presentation]

Improving Building Energy Efficiency: Adoption, Enforcement, and Compliance with Energy Standards and Codes

Minjoo Lee, ASHRAE, Bucknell University

[Paper][Presentation]

Development from the Bottom of the Pyramid:
An Analysis of the Development Innovation Ventures Program

Julian Leland, ASME, Swarthmore College

[Paper] [Presentation]

Grid-Scale Energy Storage: Addressing the Regulatory and Policy Barriers
Anita Luong, AIChE, Johns Hopkins University

[Paper] [Presentation]

Life Cycle Considerations of Solar Energy Technologies

Maxwell Micali, ASME, Yale University

[Paper] [Presentation]

Creating a Federal Mandate for State Renewable Electricity Standards (RES)
Mikkel VandeBergh, AIChE, Oregon State University

[Paper][Presentation]

Beyond Band-Aids: The Contribution of Codes and Standards to the Long Term Viability of Foreign Assistance

Ashley Vincent, ASTM, University of Idaho

[Paper][Presentation]

U.S. PATENT REFORM FOR FAST-MOVING TECHNOLOGY

Jolene Wang, IEEE, Yale University

[Paper] [Presentation]

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