UCLA Transportation Symposium

Presented by Clean Tech Open’s 2008 California Competition

Hosted by the UCLA Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research

Energy costs, energy security, climate change, and gridlock are driving and accelerating innovation

and change in the transportation sector. What technologies are best positioned to address these

issues, and why? What are the market barriers of today and tomorrow? How are savvy entrepreneurs

and investors taking advantage of the massive market for transportation? Is change happening fast

enough? Come listen to an expert panel discuss and debate the synthesis of clean technologies and innovative

business models, and how they can empower the mobility systems of the future.

UCLA Campus, Tom Bradley International Hall

Los Angeles, CA

Cost is $20 for online registration and $30 at the door (cash only).

FREE for students and paid contestants of the 2008 Clean Tech Open.

To learn more about the event or to RSVP, click the link below:

http://cacleantech.org/app.cgi/events/view/51

Walk-ins are welcome, but space is limited, so make sure you join us and RSVP NOW!

Click here to download a flier for the event: http://www.ovcr.ucla.edu/events/documents/TransportationEventE-Program.pdf

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