Assistant Professor of Engineering Systems at MIT
The presentations by Jessika Trancik are educational resources on advancing energy technology.
Trancik attended Cornell University where she received a bachelor's degree in materials science. She went on the study her Ph.D at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. After graduating she began to work for the United Nations as an advisor. She then went back into the academic field, opting to pursue research. She gained status as an Earth Institute Scholar at Columbia University, where she stayed for nine years. She then became a Fellow at Sante Fe Institute briefly before accepting the post as Assistant Professor at MIT.
Drawing from a lengthy career in research, the presentations by Jessika Trancik are steeped in valuable insights about the future of energy procurement, production and innovation.