This 180,000-square-foot facility will bring together engineers, physicists, chemists and public policy experts to explore innovative ways of addressing energy and artificial intelligence challenges. Research areas include:
- Nuclear energy
- Solar energy
- Grid technologies and cybersecurity
- Rural access to energy
- Feedstock production and conversion
- Energy storage
- Industrial energy efficiency
- Power transmission and power electronics
- Transportation (electric vehicles)
- Energy policy and economics
At Mizzou, we’ve decided to make big bets on the future in the areas of health, science, and engineering. This building is the next step in that process. We’ll be focusing on AI, foundational materials science and important policy work so that our research can benefit society.
The MU Materials Science & Engineering Institute formalized a partnership between Engineering and Arts & Science, building research teams that collaborate on key areas such as bio, energy and quantum materials.Visit MUMSEI
The new Center for Energy Innovation will create a better future, and we need you. Through your support, new and current faculty members will have access to the latest technology and equipment to drive the collaborations and innovations that benefit society.Make a Gift
Engineering devising hybrid two-phase system to efficiently cool data centers
Chanwoo Park, a Mizzou Engineering researcher, is devising a system to cool data centers down more efficiently and effectively.
Making blueprints for tomorrow’s energy needs
Zack Miller, a Mizzou econometrician, is passionate about finding answers to big economic questions by learning about the world's energy needs.
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