Dr. Krumdieck has presented more than 150 invited public seminars, workshops and keynote addresses. The links below are some popular themes. If you want a copy of a particular presentation you have attended, contact Dr. Krumdieck.
Renewables and Transition
A video podcast interview discussing the role of renewable resources and resourcefulness in energy transition
Transition Grenoble Metropole, ENSE3 Institute, France June 2018
Professor Krumdieck and Jeremy Pascal carried out a Transition Engineering project on the wicked problems of automobile congestion, air pollution, access to affordable housing with high energy standard, all in the context of meeting the COP21 requirement of 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. The Transition Engineering process and the five shift projects that resulted were presented to a workshop of people from research institutes and companies and the local government. Then a short workshop was held where different working groups framed up a proposal for some of the shift projects and presented their concepts to the local government officials.
Introduction of the People and the Project (first 19 minutes in French) What is the Project, What is Transition Engineering?
Results of the InTIME Project and 5 Shift Projects How did we do it, what are the new ideas?
Presentation of the Shift Projects developed in the Workshop What are the Shift Project Ideas for the City?
Science for Energy Scenarios, Ecole de Physic, France March 2016
Science for Energy Scenarios, Ecole de Physic, France Feb 2014
The Ultimate Challenge 2014
Engineers Without Borders Conference 2014
From the Ground Up, 2013
World Future Society Conference 2013
Energy Return on Energy Invested - how does it affect future scenarios? Transition Engineering will need to emerge with the new conditions of net energy decline.
Feature Article in The Futurist
Otago Energy Research Seminar 2013
Lunchtime seminar to a full house on the Transition Engineering Campaign
"business as usual" versus the "transitional" behavioral inertia of different sectors in response to perceived survival crisis: the roles of evidence and collective cultural vision in availability potential of future development options. In plain English – What are we going to do about oil supply decline and climate disruption risk, and who is ‘we’ exactly?
Challenging the Status Quo 2012
Leadership New Zealand Workshop 20 July 2012, Challenge to Business Leaders, Westpac Business Hub, Christchurch. This is Dr Krumdieck's most popular video yet nearing 2000 views.
Engineering the Transition to the Future City
Keynote Presentation at APC11 April 2012 on Sustainable Transport and Urban Design
Watch the video presentation
Address to the Regional Parliament in Belgium April 2011
Invited presentation and workshop on transition for peak oil
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Institution of Mechanical Engineers IMechE, London, UK, Sept 2011
Invited lecture on Transition Engineering
Institute of Engineering and Technology Prestige Lecture 2010
Watch the video of the IET Wellington Lecture
Otago Energy Research Centre Guest Lecture March 2013
Making the Right Turn, Planning for the New Transport Future
Peak Oil Transportation Planning Presentation
Watch presentation at NZCSC 21 Oct 2009
Keynote presentation to TrafiNZ national conference 2010
Local Resilient Low Energy Re-Development Plan
Presentation at Earthsong Cohousing eco-neighborhood, Ranui, Auckland
Dangerous Green Energy Myths
Guest Lecture, University of Otago, EIT Hawkes Bay, and TrafiNZ
The Power of The Myth
Engineers for Social Responsibility Lecture, Auckland
Transitioneering: Large scale change on a small scale
Nuclear Power Engineering
Engineers for Social Responsibility Lecture, Christchurch
Nuclear New Zealand?: Saviour? Nightmare? Nonsense
Nelson Malborough Combined Council, Nelson
Advice to Councils: Sustainability Issues
Dangerous Math: The Biggest Problem Facing The Planet
Presentation to Environmental Educators, Wellington
Keynote Address Hawke's Bay Environment Awards
Pathways to Resilient Communities
Keynote Address, Te Papa Wellington
Pathways to meet the Challenge: Critical Change Projects