Ed Rubin-Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation - Carnegie Mellon University

Ed Rubin

Edward S. Rubin

Alumni Chair Professor of Environmental Engineering and Science

Professor of Engineering and Public Policy and Mechanical Engineering

When to call:  Rubin's research explores techical, economic and policy issues related to energy and the environment, including electric power systems, carbon capture and sequestration technologies, climate change mitigation strategies, energy and environmental technology innovation, government policies and integrated assessments.

Among his many international activities Rubin was a coordinating lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), co-recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. 

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Ed Rubin a professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy delivered a keynote speech to the XVI Congress of Research on Social Economy in Valencia, Spain on October 19, 2016. He discussed the main causes of climate change, its current and future impacts and what policy measures can we pursue to reduce or avoid these dangerous impacts.




Ed Rubin is a professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy. He discusses his work to analyze energy systems and bring about innovations for energy and the environment.  



Rubin presented about clean coal discussing whether it is an oxymoron or a path to sustainability at the symposium celebrating the launch of the institute.