Education

2023 Energy storage student slam

MIT undergraduate and graduate students are invited to participate in a research communication competition hosted by MITEI. Students have three-minutes to present a project they are currently conducting or have recently completed that contributes to energy storage. There will be prizes and judging will be separated between undergraduate and graduate students.

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MITEI Education offers programs and opportunities that prepare future energy innovators, researchers, and policymakers to confront the urgent global challenges of developing low- and zero-carbon energy solutions to address climate change and expand energy access. We serve undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral scholars at MIT and around the world. In the classroom, online, and through hands-on experiences, students develop broad and deep knowledge in diverse areas; hone and practice necessary skills; and network with peers and professionals.

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