Meet Carnegie Mellon's Energy Experts
For decades, CMU faculty from across the university have conducted pioneering research in many areas, including energy and the environment. The Scott Institute leverages the energy expertise of more than 145 faculty members who are listed below.
Energy Efficiency; Energy Storage; Health & Environmental Impacts; Public Policy; Sustainable Architecture; Water
Air Quality; Health & Environmental Impacts; Fossil Fuels; Public Policy; Computational Methods; Consumer Behavior; Economics
Computational Methods; Health & Environmental Impacts; Public Policy; Sustainable Architecture
Computational Methods; Energy Efficiency; Energy Storage; Power Systems & Smart Grid; Solar; Transportation Systems
Nikolaos V. Sahinidis
Carbon Capture & Sequestration; Chemical Processes; Computational Methods; Energy Efficiency
Constantine (Costa) Samaras
Carbon Capture & Sequestration; Power Systems & Smart Grid; Transportation Systems
To become a Scott Institute faculty affiliate: Submit the faculty affiliate form so that we can provide information about you on the Scott Institute webpage, including your energy-related research interests, classes, outreach, and educational activities as well as your willingness to meet the standards of affiliation described in the form. You will also be asked to provide a link to your website and an up-to-date CV highlighting your energy activities. You may also indicate your interest in specific Scott Institute activities so we may reach out to you as opportunities emerge.
For questions, contact Scott Institute Executive Director Anna J. Siefken.