2022 GES Booth

Global Energy Show

June 13, 14 and 15 at BMO Centre, Stampede Park 

Visit UCalgary at GES 2023

Join UCalgary at the Global Energy Show June 13 - 15, where we will showcase our future-focused programs and world-class energy research. Visit us at booth #1445 in Hall E.

Register before or on June 12 for a FREE visitor pass to attend the exhibition - use the promo code JOIN2023

Student discounts to attend the GES Strategic or Technical Conference:

  • Strategic Conference (3-day pass): Use discount code STUSTRDEL495 to receive an exclusive student rate of $295. 

  • Technical Conference (3-day pass): Use discount code STUTECHDEL295 to receive an exclusive student rate of $295. 

Technical Conference

Modelling of Production and Transportation Constraints on Future Hydrogen Pathways

Wednesday, June 14, 4:00 pm 

Julian Palandri, Graduate Student

Faculty of Science
Physics and Astronomy

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UCalgary Career Services provides career education, work opportunities and employer events for students. We can support your recruitment efforts to help you discover student candidates perfect for your organization. 

UCalgary Continuing Education provides access to quality professional development, upskilling or reskilling in flexible and innovative ways. It delivers over 1000 unique courses and more than 70 In-demand career driven programs ranging from Technology, Business and Marketing to Leadership and Coaching. Many of the certificate programs are aligned with and are officially recognized by professional associations. In addition, Continuing Education offers tailored corporate training for frontline leaders and employee development.

More than 300 UCalgary scholars from a wide range of disciplines — engineering, biological sciences, chemistry, geoscience, geology, health sciences, public policy, social sciences — are conducting research to transform the energy landscape, for a cleaner, more efficient energy future. Our scholars are balancing far-out and long-term research impacts with immediate and tangible deliverables, including solutions and technologies ready for field-scale applications. 

The Energy Transition Centre (ETC) nurtures innovation-led clean energy development by fostering collaboration and action. Along with our partners, this unique initiative creates, de-risks and high-grades energy transition technologies by supporting clean-tech startups and engaging with industry, academics, students and researchers.

As part of a vibrant and growing research-intensive institution, the Faculty of Graduate Studies is committed to training the next generation of scholars, practitioners and professionals, and encouraging the dissemination of research and innovation within the Calgary community and providing you with a fulfilling educational experience. 

We work together to advance research, scholarship and innovation, create authentic learning experiences and inspire careers of the future. We do this work to generate curiosity-driven discovery and to contribute to solutions to society’s grand challenges.

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At the Haskayne School of Business, we encourage you to take your future into your own hands and choose change. Choose to unleash your potential to lead, to grow and to make things happen. Big things. The stuff you didn’t know was possible. ​Choosing a business degree is an investment in time and money, but it's worth it. Haskayne has been preparing leaders to tackle change for over 50 years. ​It’s what we do.

Innovate Calgary is the innovation company of the University of Calgary. From ideation to commercialization, we offer the resources, facilities, and expert guidance you need to bring your innovation to Calgary, Alberta, and beyond.

Mitacs is a national, not-for-profit organization that offers funds to support internships for full-time students and postdoctoral researchers.

The University of Calgary’s Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Development (SEDV) is an interdisciplinary graduate offering through the School of Public Policy in collaboration with the Haskayne School of BusinessSchulich School of EngineeringSchool of Landscape, Planning, and Landscape, and Faculty of Law designed for students seeking a broad-based and comprehensive energy education. Upon completion, graduates leave equipped to effectively manage sustainable energy projects and operations, while minimizing the impact on the environment and maximizing the socio-economic benefits to society.

PoMELO is a methane emissions management system developed at the University of Calgary for the upstream oil and gas sector.

Through career advisors, interactive workshops and events, the Schulich Engineering Career Centre is here to help you develop the professional skills you need to be ready for your first job.

The Subsurface Evaluation for Clean Energy (SECE) Microcredential is an introductory program to technical, social, economic and regulatory aspects of clean energy pathways (CEPs) using the subsurface. These pathways include carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), hydrogen generation and storage, geothermal energy, grid-scale energy storage, and critical minerals needed to support the clean energy transition.

This new 45-hours microcredential program is designed for energy industry professionals and students interested in exploring new opportunities in clean energy. First course start in Fall 2023.

UCalgary International is an award-winning team that aspires to team collaboration, excellence, global competitiveness, and meaningful connections with local and global communities.

The UCeed Energy Fund is focused on advancing energy innovations across a wide spectrum of fields, including areas like energy efficiency solutions, CCUS, and renewables. Through great investments, we aim to advance cleantech that addresses major energy system challenges like Net Zero, as well as striking a balance between energy reliability, affordability, sustainability, and its impact on everyday lives. With a founder-first philosophy, we invest up to $300,000 in best early stage energy technology-focused startup companies connected to University ecosystems across Canada.

With a wealth of expertise and cutting-edge facilities spanning Energy, Health, Data Sciences, Social Sciences and more, the University of Calgary is poised to accelerate your company’s innovation pipeline. The Industry Engagement team in the Office of the Vice-President (Research) will help you navigate the many collaborative opportunities that we offer companies. Often, companies, research professors and graduate students collaborate via an extended benchtop model where the UCalgary team serves as your R&D provider, conducting research and optimization studies on a project-by-project basis.

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Dr. Roman Shor has been been named the Energi Simulation Industrial Research Chair in Geothermal Systems.

Energi Simulation Centre for Geothermal Systems Research

Geothermal energy is a source of clean, reliable and renewable power that can also provide heat for homes and businesses. The Energi Simulation Centre for Geothermal Systems Research is seen as an opportunity during global energy transition.

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Samira Siahrostami wins 2023 Tom Ziegler Award from Canadian Society for Chemistry

Researcher honoured for contributions to climate science

Samira Siahrostami's contributions to research into finding sustainable solutions for energy conversion, chemical production and reducing greenhouse gas emissions have been recognized by the Canadian Society for Chemistry, which has named her the recipient of its 2023 Tom Ziegler Award. 

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National research group focused on carbon dioxide removal

A transdisciplinary research team at UCalgary has joined forces with researchers at the University of Alberta, the University of Toronto, Simon Fraser University, and the Pembina Institute to launch a large-scale research project aimed at assessing the potential for carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technologies and to identify policy options that could enable sustainable, equitable, and rapid deployment of CDR in appropriate contexts.

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Researchers study how Earth’s smallest molecule could play a big role in our energy future

Three UCalgary research projects have received funding from Alberta Innovates Hydrogen Centre of Excellence to advance innovations in the hydrogen energy domain. The projects will help researchers understand and de-risk the creation of a clean hydrogen economy in Alberta.

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