Seminars & Workshops

CEDM Seminar – Trudy E. Bell – 4/22 @ Noon

Date: 4/22/2014
Time: 12 Noon
Location: Baker Hall 129 Conference Room
Speaker: Trudy E. Bell
Topic: Extreme Weather and Today’s Engineered Infrastructure: Lessons from the Great Easter 1913 Flood

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CEDM Seminar – Francisco de la Chesnaye – 4/21 @ Noon

Date: 4/21/2014
Time: 12 Noon
Location: Wean 3701 Conference Room
Speaker: Francisco de la Chesnaye
Topic: TBD…

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CEDM Seminar – Gabrielle Wong-Parodi – 4/14 @ Noon

Date: 4/14/2014
Time: 12 Noon
Location: Baker Hall 129 Conference Room
Speaker: Gabrielle Wong-Parodi
Topic: TBD…

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News

CEDM News: Azevedo discusses fuel consumption

The report in which EPP professor Inês Azevedo participated for the National Academies on “Assessment of Technologies and Approaches for Reducing the Fuel Consumption of Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles” just got released.  Among other things, the report recommends that NHTSA and EPA develop a separate standard for natural gas vehicles …

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General Information News: CMU Wins Top Honors at Better Buildings Case Competition

Carnegie Mellon University has continued the tradition of winning top honors at the annual Better Buildings Case Competition hosted by the Department of Energy. Previous winners have seen their ideas implemented in real-world systems across the country. This year, the CMU team won two Best Proposal awards for its solutions …
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CEDM News: CEDM Researcher Scott Doney published on pbs.org – “Oceans of Acid: How Fossil Fuels Could Destroy Marine Ecosystems”

“In 2005, hatchery-grown oyster larvae in the Pacific Northwest began mysteriously dying by the millions. Then it happened again in 2006. And again in 2007 and 2008. Oceanographers and fisheries scientists raced to understand what was behind the catastrophe. Was it bacterial infections? Or something more sinister?”

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What is Succeed?

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SUCCEED is a 5-day program designed to complement what you have studied in school and provide you with ... Read More »

FEATURED STUDENT RESEARCH


CEDM has affiliated student researchers who periodically produce videos describing their research achievements. They will be displayed in this space, and will be regularly updated.
All Student Research

Organization

The Climate and Energy Decision Making (SES-0949710) is funded through a cooperative agreement between the National Science Foundation and Carnegie Mellon University.
CEDM is anchored at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, and includes also the following institutions:

  • Duke University
  • University of Leeds

  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Calgary

  • International Risk Governance Council
  • Woods Hole

  • Penn State
  • RAND Pittsburgh

  • George Mason
  • RAND Santa Monica

  • Vermont Law School

  • Hover over each institute's name to show its map location, click to view its website.