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TEDx Anchorage talk titled:

Building a Sustainable, Knowledge Based Economy for Alaska led by Alaska's First Peoples.

By David Michael Karabelnikoff 2012 TEDxAnchorage

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  • PhD students: 371Executive Master's students: 46Executive Master’s graduates: 151Faculty/researcher contracts: 23PhD scholarships granted: 234Current post-doctoral research contracts: 3MIT students supported by MIT Portugal research grants: 300MIT faculty involved in Program research and education: 70Portuguese faculty involved in Program research and education: 270Last Updated on Thursday, 18 October 2012
  • Tedx Anchorage David K

    1. 1. Building a Sustainable, KnowledgeBased Economy for Alaska*Led by Alaska’s First PeoplesBy: David Michael Karabelnikoff
    2. 2. Alaska’s Most Under AppreciatedResource ?
    3. 3. Indigenous Peoples of Alaska
    4. 4. We Are Smart ,Efficient &Sustainable
    5. 5. Divergent Convergent
    6. 6. State of the Arctic Technology
    7. 7. Traditional is Customized
    8. 8. Development of G-Code for mini qayaq prototypingAlaska Natives into Science & Engineering ProgramANSEP Student Intern and Scholarship
    9. 9. Qayaq Co-Op: Proof of ConceptA limited series of 100 will generate $25,000 inrevenues.The first two have been presold for $250
    10. 10. Q a y a q C o - O pS o c i a l E n t e r p r i s e+S u p p o r t i v e H o u s i n g
    11. 11. Seoul (8h)ejing (8h)Tokyo (7h)Frankfort (9.5h)Oslo (8h)Los Angeles (5h)Seattle (3h)Washington, DC (7h)AnchorageResourceslocation
    12. 12. What does Alaska Have?11/16
    13. 13. Building Alaskan Innovation181000 Alaska Nativesinto PhD’s500 STEMS fieldsBring Alaska Nativeson par with developedworld standards 1% ofpopulation.
    14. 14. $500 MillionInvestmentCosts $150Million
    15. 15. Learning curve for power generation technologies(IPTS Energy, Transport and Climate Change Group)
    16. 16. U.S. DOE Energy RD&D SpendingFY1978-FY2008 Admin. Request0.01000.02000.03000.04000.05000.06000.07000.0197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007Request2008Requestmillion2000$Fission FusionEfficiency RenewablesFossil (including CCT demo) Electricty T&DHydrogen (non-fossil)US DOE Energy RD&D Spending(Kelly Gallagher, Kennedy School of Gov’t, 2-13-07)
    17. 17. Building Alaskan Innovation• RES|The School for Renewable Energy Sciences: RES ReStarted in Alaska• Intensive interdisciplinary PhD feeder program• Alaska as a hub for international energy innovation• When students return to Alaska are rewarded & honored for doing so.
    18. 18. SEMI Finalist @
    19. 19. ExampleESUSCON Microgrid - Chile
    20. 20. Village location
    21. 21. Huatacondo projectResults.windinverterOptimization results are obtained for aforecast horizon of 48 hoursconsidering a sampling time of15 minutesLoad and waterconsumptions areforecasted usinghistorical patternsof the location
    22. 22. Thanks !&Please Remember to INDIGENIZE-IT!

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