Stacy plans and manages energy education activities across the university.
**Please note that the location for this event has changed.**
Energy Industry Fundamentals (EIF) is a series of three primer sessions for students on various facets of the energy industry. EIF is designed to provide students with 1) a broad introduction to the major themes and current issues surrounding the energy industry, 2) exposure to Duke faculty experts, and 3) a sense of the breadth and diversity of the energy community at Duke.
Each session will feature presentations from a number of Duke faculty members, who will discuss their research in the context of the greater challenges that the energy industry faces. A variety of disciplines will be represented at each session—from economics and policy to business and technology and more.
Session 2 faculty participants
- Daniel Raimi (Energy Initiative), "Introduction to the Oil and Gas Sector"
- Jesko von Windheim (Nicholas School of the Environment), "Integration of Entrepreneurship and Academics at Duke"
- Mike Lynch (Biomedical Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering), "Engineering Biology, The Potential to Affect the Energy System"
- David Mitzi (Mechanical Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering), "New Materials Exploration for High-Performance Thin-Film Photovoltaics"