Valerie Karplus

last updated 4/21/2018

Valerie J. Karplus

Assistant Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Location:
77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(617) 253-1000

General Information

Experience

Expert - ChinaFAQs

Assistant Professor - MIT Sloan School of Management

Director, and Climate Project - Tsinghua University

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Education

BS - biochemistry and political science , Yale University

PhD - engineering systems , Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member - Climate and Energy Decision Making

Fellow - Robert Bosch Foundation

Recent News  

Development, Economics, and Energy | ChinaFAQs

Posted by Valerie J. Karplus on Mar 22, 2016
A study co-authored by Valerie Karplus says that with reforms, wind-generated electricity could account for up to three quarters of China's target of supplying 20 percent of primary energy demand with non-fossil fuel sources by 2030 in "This is how composicion de la viagra China can live up to its huge wind energy potential" The Washington Post Valerie Karplus , Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Consumer Power Use | ChinaFAQs

Posted by Valerie Karplus on Sep 28, 2015
A study co-authored by Valerie Karplus says that with reforms, wind-generated electricity could account for up to three quarters of China's target of supplying 20 percent of primary energy demand with non-fossil fuel sources by 2030 in "This is how composicion de la viagra China can live up to its huge wind energy potential" The Washington Post Valerie Karplus , Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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US-China Public-Private Partnerships | ChinaFAQs

Posted by Valerie Karplus on Sep 16, 2015
Climate change looms large among the many issues on the table at the upcoming meeting of Presidents Xi and Obama in the U.S. next week. A study co-authored by Valerie Karplus says that with reforms, wind-generated electricity could account for up to three quarters of China's target of supplying 20 percent of primary energy demand with non-fossil fuel sources by 2030 in "This is how composicion de la viagra China can live up to its huge wind energy potential" The Washington Post Valerie Karplus , Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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