Matthew Bunn

    Matthew Bunn

    James R. Schlesinger Professor of the Practice of Energy, National Security, and Foreign Policy
    Co-Principal Investigator, Project on Managing the Atom
    Member of the Board, Belfer Center

    Research Interests

    The future of nuclear energy and its fuel cycle; policies to promote innovation in energy technologies


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    Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
    p: (617) 495-8963
    Michael Ford

    Michael Ford

    French Environmental Fellow: 2017-2019
    PhD Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
    Current Position: Strategy Development Director, Energy and Global Security, Argonne National Laboratory

    Michael Ford is an engineering and public policy scholar who examines the challenges and opportunities for nuclear energy in contributing to a low-carbon energy future.... Read more about Michael Ford

    Archon Fung.

    Archon Fung

    Winthrop Laflin McCormack Professor of Citizenship and Self-Government
    Director, Ash Center's Democratic Governance Programs
    Chief of Party and Principal Investigator, Transparency for Development

    Research Interests

    Impacts of civic participation, public deliberation, and transparency upon public and private governance; ecosystem...

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    124 Mount Auburn St. 200N-238
    Garth Heutel

    Garth Heutel

    Kernan Brothers Environmental Fellow: 2007-2009
    PhD Economics, University of Texas-Austin, 2007
    Current Position: Associate Professor, Dept. of Economics, Georgia State University

    Garth Heutel is an economist who studies the dynamic interactions between environmental policies and economic issues.... Read more about Garth Heutel

    fellow jesse jenkins.

    Jesse Jenkins

    HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2019
    PhD Engineering Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Institute for Data Systems and Society
    Current Position: Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University

    Jesse Jenkins harnesses optimization methods and empirical data to improve planning, operations, regulation, and policy in the rapidly evolving electricity sector. He focuses in particular on two important trends: the transition to zero-carbon power systems and the proliferation of distributed energy resources.... Read more about Jesse Jenkins