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The Society of Energy Fellows at MIT is a network of graduate students and postdoctoral associates pursuing a diverse array of energy research projects. Fellows are deeply engaged in helping achieve MITEI’s mission: to develop low- and no-carbon solutions that will efficiently meet global energy needs while minimizing environmental impacts and mitigating climate change. Graduate students and postdocs are selected to receive this prestigious opportunity in recognition of keen interest in energy, excellent academic record, and promising future. In the 2019-2020 calendar year, the Society grew to more than 460 members, representing 20 departments and spanning all five schools, and received support from five MITEI Members. The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) is MIT’s energy hub, pairing world-class research teams from across the Institute with government and industry to respond to global energy challenges through research, education, and outreach. Member support provides key focus, research opportunities, and critical funding for the next generation of leaders in energy technology, science, and policy. Learn how to support the Society of Energy Fellows at MIT at energy.mit.edu/membership. Pairing MIT’s world-class research with industry leaders FOUNDING MEMBERS SUSTAINING MEMBERS MIT Energy Initiative Massachusetts Institute of Technology Building E19, 400 Main Street Cambridge, MA 02139-4307, USA energy.mit.edu/fellows [email protected] Photo Credits: Cover by Mira Whiting. Headshots by Eric Hayes, Justin Knight, John Parrillo, Mira Whiting, and courtesy of fellows. Society of ENERGY FELLOWS at MIT 2019–2020 STARTUP MEMBERS 2019-2020 MIT Energy Fellows received support from the following MITEI Members:

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Page 1: Society of ENERGY FELLOWS at MITenergy.mit.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/MIT-Energy...The Society of Energy Fellows at MIT is a network of graduate students and postdoctoral associates

The Society of Energy Fellows at MIT is a network of graduate students and postdoctoral associates pursuing a diverse array of energy research projects. Fellows are deeply engaged in helping achieve MITEI’s mission: to develop low- and no-carbon solutions that will efficiently meet global energy needs while minimizing environmental impacts and mitigating climate change. Graduate students and postdocs are selected to receive this prestigious opportunity in recognition of keen interest in energy, excellent academic record, and promising future. In the 2019-2020 calendar year, the Society grew to more than 460 members, representing 20 departments and spanning all five schools, and received support from five MITEI Members.

The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) is MIT’s energy hub, pairing world-class research teams from across the Institute with government and industry to respond to global energy challenges through research, education, and outreach. Member support provides key focus, research opportunities, and critical funding for the next generation of leaders in energy technology, science, and policy.

Learn how to support the Society of Energy Fellows at MIT at energy.mit.edu/membership.

Pairing MIT’s world-class research with industry leaders

FOUNDING MEMBERS

SUSTAINING MEMBERS

MIT Energy Initiative

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Building E19, 400 Main Street

Cambridge, MA 02139-4307, USA

energy.mit.edu/fellows

[email protected]

Photo Credits: Cover by Mira Whiting. Headshots by Eric Hayes, Justin Knight, John Parrillo, Mira Whiting, and courtesy of fellows.

Society of

ENERGY FELLOWS at MIT2019–2020

STARTUP MEMBERS

2019-2020 MIT Energy Fellows received support from the following MITEI Members:

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