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This is a partial listing of the current EECS, Course VI classes which are energy related. Where possible, links are made to further sources of information. Also see the MITei campus-wide class listings http://energyclasses.mit.edu/.

Classes
Class title
Associated EECSenergy areas
Applied Electromagnetics: From Motors to Lasers Energy generation & storage; Energy efficiency
Microelectronic Devices and Circuits Thermoelectrics; Micro Energy Harvesters;Energy Use: electronic devices
Electromagnetics and Applications Energy generation & storage; Energy Efficiency;
Introduction to Electric Power Systems
Energy Efficiency; Turbines; Electric machines; Energy use: electronic devices
Power Electronics Laboratory Energy Efficiency; Turbines; Electric machines; Energy use: electronic devices
Power Electronics Energy Efficiency; Turbines; Electric machines; Energy use: electronic devices
Electromagnetic Fields, Forces and Motion Energy Efficiency; Turbines; Electric machines; Energy use: electronic devices
Electric Machines Energy Efficiency; Turbines; Electric machines; Energy use: electronic devices
Introduction to Electric Power Systems Energy Efficiency; Turbines; Electric machines; Energy use: electronic devices
Seminar in Electric Power Systems Energy Efficiency; Turbines; Electric machines; Energy use: electronic devices
Molecular Electronics Lighting; Solar photovoltaics
Organic Optoelectronics Lighting; Solar photovoltaics
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