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Leslie Ann Field

Leslie Ann Field (650) 823-2020
Personal bio
Dr. Leslie Field is a Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, and the Founder and CEO of Ice911 Research. Leslie has been working to save polar ice since 2006. She is an inventor with 54 US patents who has worked at HP Labs, Agilent Labs and Chevron Research, and founded two technical MEMS consulting companies, MEMS Insight and SmallTech Consulting. Leslie earned her BS and MS in Chemical Engineering from MIT and her MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley, with a minor in Materials Science. She now runs Ice911 Research, SmallTech Consulting, and is the Director of the Center for Climate Restoration’s Polar Restoration Action Group. Come join us to hear fascinating guest lecturers and share ideas as to what engineering approaches appear to be of most promise in climate change. (Auditors also welcome.) Topics include climate change, funding and start-ups, engineering approaches to complex problems, the solar industry, climate change in polar regions, electrochemistry and energy storage, green building and LEED for homes, modular engineering and electric vehicles, environmental engineering and water quality, and engineering climate.

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