About the Texas A&M Energy Institute
Transform the Energy Research Landscape
The Texas A&M Energy Institute interdisciplinary research program focuses on the interacting themes of:
- Fossil and Non-Fossil based Technologies for Energy;
- Materials, Catalysis, and Separations for Energy;
- Multi-scale Energy Systems Engineering; and
- Energy Economics, Law, Policy, and Societal Impact.
The four interconnected themes are further classified into (10) research areas, and (65) research topics. To enhance the synergy among different disciplines, the Texas A&M Energy Institute introduces annual multi-PI proposal calls and provides seed and matching funds for competitively selected group projects.
Faculty Experts in Energy
World-class faculty and research teams from multiple disciplines (i.e., Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; College of Engineering; College of Geosciences; College of Sciences; Bush School of Government and Public Policy; Mays Business School; College of Liberal Arts; and School of Law) work together and form research collaborations with the best in industry to address the complexity and challenges of important energy problems.
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Educate the Next Generation of Leaders in Energy
The Texas A&M Energy Institute is the home of (a) a unique professional “Master of Science in Energy” degree program, and (b) a “Certificate in Energy” program. The Texas A&M Energy Institute also supports student-led campus initiatives and provides grants and fellowships.
Master of Science in Energy
Certificate in Energy
Establish External Partnerships in Energy
The Texas A&M Energy Institute external partnerships program focuses on establishing a vibrant interactive environment that brings together academia, government, and industry to discuss, address, and provide transformative solutions to energy challenges.
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Texas A&M Energy Institute
Frederick E. Giesecke Engineering Research Building
1617 Research Pkwy
College Station, TX 77843-3372