This panel will highlight the work of student who have been working in interdisciplinary teams to evaluate the technical, economic, and social drivers and barriers for the adoption of biobased energy technologies.
The Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry was awarded $3.4 million to train Ph.D. students in the principles of green chemistry and the design of clean-energy technologies...
A UC Berkeley Graduate Training Program
We are currently seeking graduate students interested in applying interdisciplinary approaches to their research related to alternative energy materials. We support technology developments that will enable the conservation, generation, or storage of clean energy, as well as innovative approaches to the evaluation of new technologies. The fellowship provides:
•2 years of Funding
•Opportunities for International Experiences
•Collaborative Research Environment
•Partnerships with Industry, Government & NGOs
Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship