2018 MIT ENERGY CONFERENCE
As the largest student-led energy conference in the US, the MIT Energy Conference has become a premier event to connect professionals, policymakers, academics, and students in the energy industry.
We will bring together leaders and visionaries from industry, government, the scientific community, and the private sector that are looking at the whole value chain in a holistic way, and can speak about and debate the development of these complex interactions, which are redefining the future of energy worldwide. We invite you to be part of this amazing event.
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March 2 - 3, 2018
Boston Cambridge Marriott
Ryan is a PhD candidate in the MIT Department of Chemical Engineering and a 2019 MBA
candidate at the Sloan School of Management. He is an MIT Energy Fellow and designs novel
carbon dioxide capture technologies with the goal of mitigating climate change. Before coming
to MIT, Ryan worked in the specialty chemicals industry for Eastman Chemical Company. Ryan
hold bachelor's degrees in Chemical Engineering and Mathematics from Virginia Tech as well
as a Masters in Chemical Engineering Practice from MIT.
Alan joined MIT in 2015 after completing his B.S. in Chemical Engineering. He is a member of the PhD CEP program which combines the technical rigor of doctorate studies with the management perspective of business school. He expects to graduate in 2020 with his PhD and MBA. Currently advised by Professor Green, Alan studies natural gas chemistry at elevated pressures. Professionally, he has experience with General Mills, Takeda Pharmaceutical, and Procter & Gamble. Beyond studies and work, he enjoys golfing, hiking, powerlifting, milkshakes, and serves as a graduate residence tutor (GRT).