Doctoral Students Cross-Train to Advance Data-Driven Energy Solutions

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Friday, Dec 02, 2022 - 12:38 pm

Sparkly 3D model of networked points. Text: Energy + Data? Are you a Ph.D. student interested in applying  data science techniques to energy challenges? Doctoral students at Duke, NC A&T, NC State,  UNC-CH, UNCC, and UNCG are invited to apply for the Summer '23 cohort of interdisciplinary  Energy Data Analytics Ph.D. Student Fellows. Apply by 12/9/22: Logos for Nicholas Institute and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

In summer 2023, doctoral students from institutions across North Carolina will take part in the fifth cohort of Energy Data Analytics Ph.D. Student Fellows, a unique Duke-based program aimed at preparing energy and climate innovators to make an impact.

The program is designed to deepen doctoral students’ expertise in both data science and energy topics, spur impactful research, and create a network of North Carolina faculty and students interested in applying data science to energy challenges—goals closely aligned with the Duke Climate Commitment.

Read more about the program.

Supported by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the program is affiliated with the Energy Data Analytics Lab, a collaborative effort of the Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment & Sustainability (which houses it), the Rhodes Information Initiative at Duke (Rhodes iiD), and the Social Science Research Institute (SSRI).

Questions? Contact Trey Gowdy, Research Analyst for the Energy Data Analytics Lab.