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The Georgia Tech Strategic Energy Institute integrates energy activities across the nation's largest technology university – from generation to distribution to use. Whether it’s commercializing a technology to address a specific challenge or designing a roadmap for focusing resources, we understand the systems, technologies and context of the ever-evolving nature of energy production and use.
Educate. Participate. Collaborate: Georgia Tech Energy Research
Georgia Tech's Strategic Energy Institute is bringing together a panel of experts to help with understanding how to create robust research partnerships with industry.
GT Energy News
On November 19th, the Strategic Energy Institute (SEI) co-hosted an invitation only seminar with the Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL), designed as a broad overview of the current state of electric grid research at GT and PNNL and lay out potential pathways for future collaborative research.
GeorgiaTech and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have entered into a formal agreement to bolster the interactions, collaborations, and joint scientific output of both institutions.
Researchers: Milton Mueller (PI), Karim Farhat
Preparing for the Inevitable: Cybersecurity Attacks and Our Energy Infrastructure Prepared by: Georgia Institute of Technology Strategic Energy Institute and the Institute for Information Security and Privacy