James Winfield of Algae Energy

Event Details

Tina Guldberg, GTMI Director of Strategic Partnerships




Summary Sentence: The Spring Manufacturing Lunch Seminar Series Kicks Off January 26 with James Winfield presenting "Algae Energy: A Renewable, Sustainable, and Profitable Business."

Full Summary: The Manufacturing Lunch Seminar Series begins 2015 with "Algae Energy: A Renewable, Sustainable, and Profitable Business"

When: January 26, 2015 at 12 p.m., GTMI Room 114

Session Title: Algae Energy:  A Renewable, Sustainable, and Profitable Business

About the Speaker: James Winfield has several years of experience working as an engineer and project manager in environmental engineering and renewable energy production. After working in oil and gas for several years to pay for college, he made the transition onto a design team for an industrial portable water filtration system, where he maintained the position of lead designer. James then moved to Guatemala to start a socially responsible business fabricating large anaerobic bio-digesters for farmers looking to switch to more organic farming practices. From there, he moved to the United States and began working with Algae Energy Inc as a projects engineer helping to design Photo-Bio-Reactor algae cultivation and processing systems.

Who is Invited: All students, industry partners, faculty and staff are invited. No registration is required.

What: A complementary lunch served with a great speaker presenting an impactful topic. 

When/Where: Session begins at 12 p.m., GTMI, Room 114

The Spring 2015 Manufacturing Lunch Seminar Series includes:

  • 1/26/15 - James Winfield, Algae Energy
  • 2/2/15 - Tom Carstensen and Mark Francis, Sikorsky (There will also be an evening recruitment event for students)
  • 2/9/15 - Matt Perry, ENGENT
  • 2/16/15 - Shabbir Bambot, LumaMed
  • 2/23/15 - Matthew Brown, Volution
  • 3/2/15 - Jasmine Burton
  • 3/9/15 - Bill Miller, GTRI
  • 3/16/15 - no seminar - GT Spring Break
  • 3/23/15 - TBD
  • 3/30/15 - TBD
  • 4/13/15 - TBD

All sessions begin at 12 p.m. in the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute, Room 114.

Additional Information

In Campus Calendar

Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI)

Invited Audience
Undergraduate students, Faculty/Staff, Public, Graduate students
brown bag lunch series, manufacturing
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