PhD students: 371Executive Master's students: 46Executive Master’s graduates: 151Faculty/researcher contracts: 23PhD scholarships granted: 234Current post-doctoral research contracts: 3MIT students supported by MIT Portugal research grants: 300MIT faculty involved in Program research and education: 70Portuguese faculty involved in Program research and education: 270Last Updated on Thursday, 18 October 2012
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Building a Sustainable, KnowledgeBased Economy for Alaska*Led by Alaska’s First PeoplesBy: David Michael Karabelnikoff
Learning curve for power generation technologies(IPTS Energy, Transport and Climate Change Group)
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Building Alaskan Innovation• RES|The School for Renewable Energy Sciences: RES ReStarted in Alaska• Intensive interdisciplinary PhD feeder program• Alaska as a hub for international energy innovation• When students return to Alaska are rewarded & honored for doing so.
Huatacondo projectResults.windinverterOptimization results are obtained for aforecast horizon of 48 hoursconsidering a sampling time of15 minutesLoad and waterconsumptions areforecasted usinghistorical patternsof the location