Carnegie Mellon University

Scott Institute Faculty Advisory Committee

The Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation works with an internal faculty advisory committee that offers general strategic advice and guidance to the Institute. Committee members serve terms of one to three years. They are chosen to provide disciplinary diversity and representation of faculty across the university.

Members include:

  • Yuvraj Agarwal (School of Computer Science, Institute for Software Research)

  • Inês Azevedo (College of Engineering, Engineering & Public Policy)

  • Stefan Bernhard (Mellon College of Science, Chemistry)

  • Chris Bettinger (College of Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Biomedical Engineering)

  • Karen Clay (Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy)

  • Erica Cochran Hameen (School of Architecture)

  • Baruch Fischhoff (College of Engineering, Engineering & Public Policy/Institute for Politics and Strategy)

  • Bruce Krogh (College of Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering)

  • Shawn Litster (College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering) 

  • Meagan Mauter (College of Engineering, Engineering & Public Policy, Civil & Environmental Engineering)

  • Nikolaos Sahinidis (College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering)

  • Nicola Secomandi (Tepper School of Business, Operations Management)

  • Jeanne VanBriesen (College of Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering)

  • Venkat Viswanathan (College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering)