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Jessika Trancik

Professor of Data, Systems, and Society


Research Interests:

Infrastructure and decarbonization,
Low-carbon transport,
Vehicle electrification,
Storage Technologies,
Environmental Analysis,
Energy Technologies

Jessika Trancik is a Professor in the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her research examines the dynamic costs, performance, and environmental impacts of energy systems to inform climate policy and accelerate beneficial and equitable technology innovation. Her projects focus on all energy services including electricity, transportation, heating, and industrial processes. This work spans solar energy, wind energy, energy storage, low-carbon fuels, electric vehicles, and nuclear fission among other technologies. Prof. Trancik received her B.S. from Cornell University and her Ph.D. from the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. She is currently an external professor at the Santa Fe Institute, and was formerly at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, and at WSP International/UNOPS (now Interpeace) in Geneva.

Research Clusters:


Google Scholar:


Vehicles and Energy, Sustainability and Environment

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