CMU Energy Week registration is open
Registration is now open for Carnegie Mellon Energy Week, happening April 4-6. Join thought leaders from industry, government, academia, and the nonprofit sector to engage and collaborate on energy research, trends, innovative technologies and opportunities!
The Energy Science, Technology and Policy MS program is a proud partner and co-sponsor of Energy Week!
EST&P will be hosting an exclusive Energy Week Reception honoring Dr. David Landis on Friday, April 6, 4:30-6:30 PM.
4/3 | Pre-event Energy Industry Career Fair
4/4 | Kickoff, Keynotes, Evening VIP Panel
4/5 | CMU Energy + Cleantech Investor Forum
4/6 | Allegheny Cleantech University Prize Collegiate Competition
Make sure to reserve your spot at featured events like a Distinguished Mayor's Forum on "Energy & Resilience: How Smarter Cities are Preparing for the Future," keynote speeches, panel sessions on topics, such as smart grids, battery technologies and building performance, plus so much more!
NEW EVENT: CMU Energy + Cleantech Investor Forum
Startups: Join us at the CMU Energy + Cleantech Investor Forum and Startup Fair in partnership with EarthX’s E-Capital Summit, the Energy Innovation Center in Pittsburgh and CMU's Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship.
The inaugural event, which will attract investors from around the country, takes place during CMU Energy Week 2018 on Thursday, April 5 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. at CMU’s Jared L. Cohon University Center on the Pittsburgh campus. Startups will have the opportunity to pitch their companies to investors in private meetings, speak with corporate leaders, innovation portfolio managers, industry stakeholders, and members of the community, as well as demo their technologies!
Startups: Apply now! (registrations are limited - Applications are being accepted from startup companies in VA, OH, MD, PA, Washington, D.C., and WV. Once we review receive your completed application, we will notify you when we have additional details about potential participation and meeting times.)