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How demand for electricity evolves in communities that gain access to a rural mini-grid, with the goal of supporting decision-making for sustainable energy development and consumption

Paulina Jaramillo is an associate professor of engineering and public policy and co-director of the Green Design Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. She is involved in key multi-disciplinary research projects to better understand the social, economic and environmental implications of energy consumption and the public policy tools that can be used to support sustainable energy development and consumption. 

Associate Professor
Engineering and Public Policy
Carnegie Mellon University

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Assistant Professor of Engineering and Public Policy Paulina Jaramillo discusses her research in how to provide energy access in a sustainable way to people in the developing world.

 

Find out what 10 years of research by Paulina Jaramillo’s group tells us about future climate implications of domestic coal use and how regulatory changes may affect the U.S. power system.

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Liaison to CEE and EPP

Julie (Xiaoju) Chen
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FarmView: CMU Researchers Working to Increase Crop Yield With Fewer Resources. FarmView uses a four-wheeled robot, drones, stationary sensors, and artificial intelligence techniques.

“These technologies are helping grain sorghum breeders develop a variety that will result in optimum yield,” Kantor said. “By precisely measuring all the parameters, breeders and plant geneticists can better select for traits such as high yield, disease resistance and drought tolerance.”       -- SCS Moonshots The Link (Winter 2016), page 6.

 

George Kantor

Senior Systems Scientist

Robotics Institute

Carnegie Mellon University

FarmView in the Fields

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In 20 years there will be 9.6 billion people to feed and not enough food. Carnegie Mellon University’s FarmView is tackling this problem through a team effort of researchers and robots that will increase crop yields with fewer resources by controlling and measuring the environment then analyzing the data to provide solutions to farmers across the globe.

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Liaison to Robotics, GIS and Computer Science

Jessica Benner
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Subjects:Robotics, GIS, Computer Science