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Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance

Applications are open for a 10-week summer program The Architecture of Green Energy Systems at the Institute For Mathematical and Statistical Innovation (IMSI) in the University of Chicago. The program, co-convened by CEENRG Director Professor Laura Diaz Anadon, is aimed at early career researchers, including PhD students, postdocs, and early career faculty members. This is a trans-disciplinary program aimed at understanding the technological, social and economic challenges of transitioning to systems that generate, deliver and consume 100% renewable energy, with a view to creating an effective physical and institutional “architecture” for this transition. Participants in the program are drawn from engineering, social sciences, economics and the mathematical sciences.

The 10-week long program runs from 17 June until 23 August, 2024, and is accompanied by two kick-off and closing workshops: The Architecture of Green Energy Systems: The Underlying Problem and Its Challenges (17-21 June 2024) and The Architecture of Green Energy Systems: Next Steps (19-21 August 2024).

Find out more about the program and apply here: The Architecture of Green Energy Systems