Eric advises university leaders on advancing energy science and technology at Duke and mentors energy students.
**Duke faculty and staff only**
Dream of achieving fame and fortune by securing a DOE grant? Duke faculty and staff, you’re invited to join Duke University Energy Initiative executive in residence Eric Rohlfing (former acting director of ARPA-E and former director of the chemical sciences, geosciences, and biosciences division of DOE’s Office of Basic Energy Science) for an overview of current and upcoming funding opportunities from those agencies. Topics to be discussed include grid management, carbon capture and storage, Energy Frontier Research Centers, quantum materials/computing, and microelectronics.
Lunch will be served.
Please RSVP as space is limited.