YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY FOR
CMU Energy week, April 4-6, 2018

Save the date for Energy Week 2018 and mark your calendars for the highly-anticipated Energy Industry Career Fair happening April 3! 

Sign up for the Energy Week mailing list to receive updates on when registration opens and as programming is announced! If you're interested in more details about programming or partnership, please contact Anna J. Siefken.

--Carnegie Mellon Energy Week 2017--
Carnegie Mellon Energy Week 2017 was a huge success! Over 1,000 people, including more than 200 from companies and non-profits, attended or participated in a wide variety of events on each of our themed days, which focused on: The Future of Energy, Innovation, Research, Policy and Education. Thanks to everyone who participated as a speaker, roundtable participant, judge, or audience member!

In case you missed some of the Energy Week events, you can watch videos of many of the keynote talks and presentations by visiting the Energy Week 2017 playlist on the Scott Institute YouTube Channel or read about them in our newsletter. You can also view photos from the event on our Facebook page

--EST&P's 5th Annual Energy Symposium 2017--
Organized by masters student's in the  Energy Science, Technology and Policy (EST&P) program in the College of Engineering and jointly supported by Carnegie Mellon’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation

The 5th Annual EST&P Energy Symposium was held Monday, March 27th as part of CMU Energy Week hosted by the Scott Institute.  The Energy Symposium’s theme of Low-Carbon Energy included advancements in both renewable and conventional energy. The morning session featured an Innovation Talks Competition where students presented novel ideas in low-carbon energy.  The afternoon session featured a Panel of distinguished industry leaders and university professors who shared a conversation on the future of low-carbon energy and the associated career opportunities. 

Students and industry leaders joined together to discuss the future of Energy and promote an affordable, stable, and environmentally sensitive energy system for the greatest benefit of all!

www.cmu.edu/engineering/estp