Measures of Excellence
- Penn State continues to excel in research funding for environmental sciences. In 2000 Penn State was 25th nationally with $20.4 million. In 2007 (the last year reported by NSF) we were ranked 11th nationally, with over $55 million in annual research expenditures.
- The Dept. of Energy ranks Penn State 9th nationally in energy research funding, and our $63 million in energy research funding in FY06-07 blossomed to $87M in FY07-08.
- In FY08-09 the 44 current PSIEE co-funded faculty were principal or co-principal investigators on more than 400 successful grant proposals, with $109,105,329 in awards.
- The impact of our scholarship has been recognized in a new study by Elsevier Press, the world’s largest scientific publisher. Penn State was ranked 5th among over 3000 research institutions, and 1st among universities worldwide, for leadership in multidisciplinary alternative energy research.
Search for a collaborator or expert by research interests. Searchable by primary research theme, keyword, or department.
Search for current requests for proposals by keyword, research theme category, and funding agency. We update the funding database every two weeks and maintain a separate list of recently added rfps: See Recent Funding Announcements.
PSIEE welcomes new partnerships with industry. Penn State's Office of Technology Management is equipped to guide you through the process of beginning a collaborative research relationship with industry.
Browse upcoming national and international energy and environmental conferences. Search listings by date or by keyword.
The Penn State University Libraries provide Penn State University patrons, staff and faculty access to over 10,000 full text journals via the Libraries resources.
Direct links to selected electronic journals related to environmental research are provided. Access to most journals is restricted to Penn State domains.
Links to institutes, centers, laboratories, consortia, and research groups at Penn State related to energy and the environment.
Information on the Community of Science Funding Alert Service, funding search utilities, and private, state, and federal funding sources.
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