15.366 MIT Energy Ventures is a project- and lecture-based course in which teams create a new business in the clean energy sector. The goal of Energy Ventures is to educate entrepreneurs through hands-on practical experience.
An ideal applicant for Energy Ventures is an engineering/science/policy student with a passion for the energy, water, and/or ag sectors; or a business student committed to these sectors who has taken an introductory entrepreneurship class or has equivalent experience. Our goal is to bring together students passionate about launching a new business after completion of the class or upon graduation. Past involvement in the MIT/Boston community on these topics is also a benefit. Students with a technology or idea under development are especially encouraged to apply.
This course is open to undergrad and grad students at MIT, and grad students at Harvard.
Class Time: Thursdays, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM (Friday recitations optional)Professors: Bill Aulet, Tod Hynes, Francis O’SullivanEnrollment: By application only (no listeners); Sloan bidding not necessaryCredits: 12; Capacity: 35
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a. Technology overviewb. Stage of developmentc. Any current researchers and/or faculty affiliated with the project