Solutions to China’s energy and climate challenges involve complex scientific and technological issues. The design of public policy in addressing these issues requires access to the frontier of scientific knowledge, an appreciation of technological innovation process, the blending of scientific insights with those from other relevant disciplines, and an understanding of China’s political governance. The BECI-China Project, directed by Philomathia Fellow Junling Huang, seeks to address China’s energy and climate challenges by bringing science and technology into the design of public policy.
Berkeley-Tsinghua Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change
Daniel M. Kammen, University of California, Berkeley
Dongbo Shi, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Fei Teng, Tsinghua University
Haiwang Zhong, Tsinghua University
Hua Liao, Beijing Institute of Technology
Michael B. McElroy, Harvard University
Shiwei Fan, Central University of Finance and Economics
Venkatesh “Venky” Narayanamurti, Harvard University
Yiming Wei, Beijing Institute of Technology
Visiting Scholar Program:
The BECI-China Project welcomes visiting scholars to contribute to building our research capacity on China. Knowledge related to China’s energy and climate issues is required. Chinese language skills are required. The position is suitable for Ph.D. candidates and junior faculty from China who can be supported by the 1 year fellowship from the China Scholarship Council or other external funding sources. Applicants should email a CV and a one-page statement of interest to Junling Huang (firstname.lastname@example.org).