Welcome to Energy at Duke

***This virtual event is for current Duke students only.***

Are you an undergraduate OR graduate student who's new to Duke (or just new to energy)? Come learn more about the events, programs, and offerings you can take advantage of at Duke. You'll get to meet faculty and staff from the Energy Initiative, its Energy Data Analytics Lab, the Energy Access Project at Duke, the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, and Sustainable Duke. And student leaders from energy clubs and Energy Week at Duke will be on hand too!

Info Session: DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program

The Office of Campus Research Development (OCRD) and Duke University Energy Initiative invite Duke STEM graduate students, faculty mentors, and other interested members of the Duke research community to attend an informational session for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program. The SCGSR Program provides funding to supplement a graduate student's thesis research through collaboration with a DOE national laboratory.

Virtual Research Town Hall: The Impact of COVID 19 on Research at Duke

Join us for an open discussion on how conducting research is affected by the COVID 19 Pandemic and the multiple pressures on researchers and administrators.

Attending this event fulfills the Responsible Conduct of Research Requirement for Faculty and Staff, RCR-200.

Registration is required:

Registrants will receive Zoom event information by email.

Understanding Duke Finances for Faculty Session II: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Financial Model of Duke University

Do you have questions about how Duke University's budget works, about its sources of revenue, how it pays for its extensive operations at all levels of the university and how it deals with financial challenges such as those posed by COVID-19? To get a better understanding of Duke's finances and to hear answers to these and related questions, faculty are invited to two sessions about Duke finances with Tim Walsh, Vice President for Finance and Treasurer.

The Path Ahead for the Energy Industry with Secretary Ken Salazar

Times have rarely been more tumultuous in the energy industry. Oil price wars and decades-low demand have created challenges rarely experienced previously.

The Duke University Energy Initiative, in partnership with the Colorado Energy & Water Institute (CEWI), is pleased to present a complimentary webinar with Secretary Ken Salazar, who served as the 50th Secretary of the Interior, Colorado United States Senator, and Colorado Attorney General. Secretary Salazar is currently the Partner-in-Charge of the Denver Office at the international law firm of WilmerHale.

Energy Data Analytics Symposium: Transforming Energy Systems with Data Science Techniques

How can machine learning and data science tools improve our understanding of energy systems and manage them to be more accessible, affordable, reliable, and clean? This single-track symposium will explore cutting-edge approaches addressing this question, highlighting the work of established experts as well as emerging scholars in the field.

In particular, the symposium will examine how data science and machine learning are driving innovation in areas including: