Full Agenda – SETI 2023 Annual Workshop
Here you can find the schedule for the SETI 2023 Annual Workshop! This year the conference will take place on June 15-16, 09:00-13:00 Eastern Time USA, and will include research, and flash talk sessions. If you want to participate in this conference, please register in Zoom Events in the button below.
Day 1 – Thursday, June 15
11:00 – 13:00. Research parallel sessions
A1: Energy access
Chair: Mauricio Oyarzo (Universidad de Concepción, Chile)
11:30 – 12:00. Bishal Bharadwaj. Ecotourism drives energy access: the mechanism (Discussant: Adolfo Uribe).
12:00 – 12:30. Ira Irina Dorband. Labor market frictions and labor supply constraints to hamper resilient growth? Insights from Brazil (Discussant: Dipendra Bhattarai).
12:30 – 13:00. Dipendra Bhattarai. Remote sensing of night-time lights and electricity consumption: A systematic literature review and meta-analysis (Discussant: Ira Irina Dorband)
A2: Sustainable cooking practices
Chair: Walter Gómez (Universidad de La Frontera, Chile)
11:30 – 12:00. Matt Shupler. Growing disparities in clean cooking fuel use & food security in 2022: Downstream impact of the Russian-Ukrainian war in a Kenyan informal urban settlement (Discussant: Gunther Bensch)
12:00 – 12:30. Willah Nabukwangwa Simiyu. Use of Pay-As-You-Go Liquified Petroleum gas for Cooking and Prevalence of Respiratory Illness Outcome in an Informal Settlement in Nairobi, Kenya (Discussant: Solomon Aboagye)
12:30 – 13:00. Solomon Aboagye. One-off subsidies, credit regimes and households’ willingness to pay for improved cookstoves (Discussant: Willah Nabukwangwa Simiyu)
Day 2 – Friday, June 16
09:15 – 10:20. Flash-talks presentations
Chair: Marcela Jaime (Universidad de Concepción, Chile)
Sarah Muñoz-Cardena. Assessing government design practices from a human-centered perspective: Case study of an improved cookstoves program in Colombia.
Debasish Das. Prepayment and Electricity Usage in Temperature Extremes: Implications for Energy Poverty and Climate Justice.
Samuel Miles. IoT data for managing the Energy-Health Nexus: Experimental Insights from a Smart Hospital in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Tunmise Raji. Impact of Electricity Access on Agriculture in Rwanda: A Remote Sensing Approach.
Mauricio Hernandez. Household Air Conditioner Usage Pattern and Deprivation Among Different Socio-Economic and Geographic Groups in Mexico.
Sydney Kabango Chishimba. Household Electrification Technology and its Effect on Socio-Economic Welfare in Zambia.
10:20 – 10:35. Break
10:35 – 12:35. Research parallel sessions
B1: Energy, gender, and culture
Chair: César Salazar (Universidad del Bío-Bío, Chile)
10:35 – 11:05. Rikhia Bhukta. Community Electrification and Women’s Autonomy (Discussant: Yusuph John Kulindwa)
11:05 – 11:35. Yusuph John Kulindwa. A systematic review of the impact of cooking stove technology and clean energy consumption: Empirical evidence for disruptions in cultural cooking behaviour in East Africa (Discussant: Rikhia Bhukta)
11:35 – 12:05. Olivia Muza. Cultural norms to support gender equity in energy development: Grounding the productive use agenda in Rwanda (Discussant: Rafia Zaman)
12:05 – 12:35. Rafia Zaman, Distributive favouritism of local political representations in rural villages: Evidence from a solar energy safety net program (Discussant: Olivia Muza)
B2: Energy and climate change
Chair: Marc Jeuland (Duke University, USA)
10:35 – 11:05. Archisman Mitra. State of solar irrigation in Bangladesh: Learnings for solarization in off-grid areas and Way beyond (Discussant: Raavi Aggarwal)
11:05 – 11:35. Raavi Aggarwal. Optimal emissions pricing in LMIC accounting for household emissions from traditional cooking (Discussant: Archisman Mitra)
11:35 – 12:05. Suchita Srinivasan. Social Policies and Adaptation to Extreme Weather: Evidence from South Africa (Discussant: Imelda)
12:05 – 12:35. Imelda, Price Salience in Prepayment System: A Study on Electricity Demand in Indonesia (Discussant: Suchita Srinivasan)