Carnegie Mellon University

Research & Innovation

The Scott Institute supports CMU strategic energy research and innovation through faculty funding, strategic partnerships and investments.

Projects

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To address the world's energy challenges, CMU researchers develop critical technical and policy-based solutions. 

Energy Innovations

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The Scott Institute is proud to partner with various organizations on CMU's campus to help advance energy innovation.

Research Centers

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The Scott Institute engages with many energy-related centers throughout Carnegie Mellon.

Seed Grants

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Seed funding is available to support faculty research in areas such as energy sources, production, efficiency, and more.

 

Fellowships and Grant Matching Program

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The Scott Institute is pleased to offer President’s Energy Fellowships to PhD students, to be awarded as matching support to external research proposals related to energy. 

Visiting Faculty Fellows

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The Visiting Faculty Fellows Program provides support for senior visitors from academia, industry or government for 1-2 semesters. Read about our latest faculty fellow, Junho Song. Questions? Contact Andrew Gellman.