Energy Technology Innovation


Location: 155 DeBartolo Hall

Growing worldwide energy demands and concerns for environmental impacts from energy conversion (e.g., CO2 emissions, water availability, air quality, etc.) are driving a paradigm shift in how the world thinks about energy. Creating sustainable energy technologies is an inherently multiscale problem, requiring innovations at the materials, devices, systems, and infrastructures length and timescales. Yet collaboration across these scales is often inhibited by complexity and domain specific models. New systems engineering approaches are needed to accelerate technology innovation by capturing the most important multiscale interactions and integrating expertise from many disciplines. - See more at: