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Energy Fellows

The Society of Energy Fellows at MIT is a network of graduate students and post-doctoral associates supported by MIT Energy Initiative Founding, Sustaining, and Associate Members. Read more

3 Questions: Meet the Tata Fellows
Flow batteries for grid-scale energy storage

Guiding future research pathways

Porous materials designed to trap molecules

Controlling pore openings for maximum capture

Via Separations: MITEI spin-off takes aim at industrial decarbonization
Pushing the envelope with fusion magnets

MIT Energy Fellow David Fischer irradiates high-temperature superconducting tape to test its resilience and prepare for the first pilot fusion plant.

Energy alumni: Where are they now?
Energy Fellows, 2019–2020
3 Questions: Energy Fellows reflect on their time at MITEI
Energy Fellows, 2018–2019
3 Questions: Bringing solar materials from the lab to the world

Giovanni Azzellino, an Eni-MIT Energy Fellow, discusses the applications and challenges of his research, which focuses on using graphene to create electrodes for thin-film photovoltaics.

Energy alumni: Where are they now?
Energy Fellows, 2017–2018
Strong current of energy runs through MIT

Research, education, and student activities help create a robust community focused on fueling the world's future.

Transparent, flexible solar cells combine organic materials, graphene electrodes
Students gain skills, insights working on Utility of the Future study
Energy Fellows, 2016–2017
Energy Fellows, 2015-2016
Energy Fellows, 2014–2015
Energy Fellows, 2013–2014
Energy Fellows, 2012–2013

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