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Energy Efficiency Research and Education at MIT - Energy Futures Week 2011

A panel on energy efficiency research and education at MIT moderated by MITEI Deputy Director Robert Armstrong. Speakers include John Reilly, Co-Director of the Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, on the expected role of efficiency in meeting future energy needs; Sarah Slaughter, Associate Director for Buildings and Infrastructure for MITEI, on an emerging MIT research program on building and infrastructure systems; and Leon Glicksman, Professor of Building Technology and Mechanical Engineering, on his fall 2010 project-based class, “Fundamentals of Energy in Buildings,” which focused on energy efficiency on the MIT campus.

This panel took place on January 10, 2011 as part of MITEI's Energy Futures Week 2011.

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