Over the coming decades the world must make fundamental transformations in how energy is used and produced. That’s where we come in.
The Scott Institute for Energy Innovation works through the academic units of Carnegie Mellon University to find solutions for the nation's and the world's energy challenges including pathways to a low carbon future, smart grid, new materials for energy, shale gas, and building energy efficiency through research, education, and policymaker and public communication.
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Siebel Energy Institute Chairman Thomas Siebel to Speak at CMU on Nov. 9
The Scott Institute for Energy Innovation's Distinguished Lecture Series continues with a talk by Siebel Energy Institute Chairman Thomas M. Siebel who will discuss the Institute's activities on Wednesday, November 9 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Register for this free event.
U.S. Department of Energy's Joseph Hezir to Speak at CMU on Nov. 11
The Scott Institute for Energy Innovation's Distinguished Lecture Series continues with a talk by U.S. Department of Energy Chief Financial Officer Joseph Hezir on Friday, November 11 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:20 p.m. Register for this free event.
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Mengshoel's current research focuses on reasoning, decision support, and machine learning under uncertainty — often using Bayesian networks — with energy-related applications for smart grids, renewable energy, and smart buildings.Learn about Mengshoel »
Michalek's research focuses on vehicle electrification, techno-economic and environmental systems assessment, green design, energy and environmental policy, systems optimization and design for market systems.
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