Feb 15: Green IT specialist reveals impact of IT on climate change
Zero carbon networks, cloud computing, server farms and electric roads are among the topics that will be presented by Bill St. Arnaud, one of Canada’s most prominent figures in the information and communication technologies (ICT), in a public lecture as part of the Science in Society Speaker Series (a joint project by the Okanagan Science Centre and the Okanagan College).
The lecture takes place Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Okanagan College’s Vernon campus.
St. Arnaud is a regular contributor to the CBC’s technology show Spark and he also publishes a number of blogs including Future Internet, R&E Networks, Green Internet, Green IT and Green Internet and Cyber-Infrastructure. Admission is $5 in advance or $7 at the door. For advanced tickets and more information, visit the Okanagan Science Centre at www.okscience.ca or call (250) 545-3644.