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Graduate Students

Retreat Photo 2016

2016 Bredesen Center Student Retreat held at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy

The Bredesen Center is the academic home to over 140 graduate students pursuing an interdisciplinary degree in Energy Science and Engineering or Data Science and Engineering. Graduate students in these programs engage in research related to energy and data sciences with ORNL and UT mentors and participate in a variety of policy, entrepreneurship, and outreach projects to complement their studies.


Data Science and Engineering

 


Energy Science and Engineering

Additive Manufacturing for Energy

 


Bioenergy and Biofuels

 


Computational Energy Systems

 


Cross-Cutting Energy Sciences

 


Distributed Energy and Grid Management

 


Energy Conversion and Storage

 


Energy Geography

 


Energy Materials

 


Energy Sensors

 


Environmental and Climate Sciences

 


Nuclear Energy

 


Renewable Energy

 


Transportation Sciences

 

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