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    The Texas A&M Energy Institute pursues and supports new approaches for multi-disciplinary energy research, education, and external partnerships. These approaches cross departmental and college boundaries and address all facets of the energy landscape that naturally connect engineering, sciences, technologies, economics, law, and policy decisions.

  • Recent News

    • January 14 - 2019
    Katherine Davis

    Researchers receive DOE grant to improve cybersecurity and resilience of nation’s energy infrastructure

    The nation’s energy infrastructure has become a major target of cyberattacks over the past decade, with more frequent and sophisticated attacks on the rise. Today, a cyber incident has the potential to disrupt energy services, damage highly specialized equipment, and threaten human health and safety. This makes…
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    • January 04 - 2019
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    Two Optimization Papers Receive Best Paper Awards

    Two publications from the Texas A&M Energy Institute were recently recognized with Best Paper awards by Optimization Letters and the Journal of Global Optimization.

    Former Texas A&M Energy Institute postdoctoral associate Fani Boukouvala, currently an assistant professor of chemical engineering at Georgia Tech…
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    Two More University Coalition for Fossil Energy Research (UCFER) Grants Received from DOE NETL

    Two additional grants have been awarded to Texas A&M University in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) University Coalition for Fossil Energy Research (UCFER) program, bringing the total to four over the six-year, $20 million project.

    Texas A&M is one of UCFER's…
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