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The U.S. - Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCAS-E) aims to focus on applied research relevant to Pakistan’s energy needs; undertake sustainable policy formulation, and serves as a bridge between the government, industry and academia. USPCAS-E offers Merit and Need Based Scholarships for deserving students, one semester exchange program for selected top ranked students at Arizona State University/Oregon State University, internship opportunities at the best organizations nationwide, interaction with world class energy experts through workshops, national and international conferences, seminars, and state-of-the-art-energy-based research laboratories.

USPCAS-E is offering Master’s Degree Programs in the following fields:

  • Electrical Energy Systems Engineering
  • Renewable Energy Engineering
  • Thermal System Engineering
  • Energy Management and Sustainability

USPCAS-E is offering Ph.D Degree Programs in the following fields:

  • Electrical Energy System Engineering
  • Renewable Energy Engineering

Admissions for Master’s and Ph.D degree programs for Spring 2018 are open at USPCAS-E. Deadline for submission of ETEA Application form is 26th Jan’18.

Application submission details are as follows:

Last date for submission of ETEA application form 26-01-2018
ETEA test to be conducted at 9:00AM 04-02-2018
ETEA test result 06-02-2018

Last date for applying to Ph.D & M.Sc Degree Programs

(on prescribed forms along with Research Proposal for Ph.D only)

19-02-2018
Departmental Subject test 24-02-2018
Departmental Subject test result 27-02-2018
Display of merit list 28-02-2018
Registrations open 28-02-2018

Candidates are required to submit application forms for Master’s Degree & Ph.D programs available at ETEA website (www.etea.edu.pk) to ETEA office, Plot No.22, Street No.13, Sector E-8, Phase-7, Near Hajj Complex, Hayatabad, Peshawar (Ph: 091-9217846 & 9217896), along with prescribed fee of Rs. 900/-.

Monday, 22 January 2018 14:54 in News TAGS
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Seminar on

New  Concepts of Emerging Electricity Markets
Ashfaq Mahmood
ex-federal Secretary for Water and Power

Date: November 19, 2017
Time: 11:00 am to 01:00 pm

Organized By
KPOGCL
&
U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy  (USPCAS-E)
University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar

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U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) to Pakistan John Hoover inaugurated the International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies.  The two-day conference was organized by the U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCAS-E) - a United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded project implemented in partnership with the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Peshawar.  

The conference brought together energy professionals and policymakers from academia, government, electric power companies, and manufacturing industries to exchange information and share ideas related to sustainable energy technologies.  

Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, DCM Hoover said, “Our collaboration with the Higher Education Commission and the University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar to advance higher education is guided by a shared conviction that a well-informed and educated Pakistani workforce can better address these challenges and opportunities in Pakistan and in a globalized world.”

The Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission of Pakistan, Mr. Sartaj Aziz, emphasized the need to involve academia in creating sustainable solutions to address the energy crisis and expressed appreciation to the U.S. Government for its support in establishing the Centers for Advanced Studies.

The USAID-funded USPCAS-E is a joint initiative between the National University of Science and Technology, UET Peshawar, and Arizona State University focused on building Pakistan’s expertise to conduct applied research to meet Pakistan’s energy needs.  As part of USAID’s $127 million U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies program, approximately 100 graduate students and faculty members from USPCAS-E (UET Peshawar) will conduct applied research on energy at Arizona State University by 2019.  The partnership has also developed curricula, established new laboratories at National University of Science and Technology and UET Peshawar, and initiated exchange programs.

Presentations of Speakers can be downloaded here

View the embedded image gallery online at:
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A send-off reception was held at U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCAS-E), UET Peshawar for 16 students and faculty members of U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCAS-E) that will be spending one semester at the Arizona State University (ASU) as part of the exchange program funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

The send-off reception was attended by officials from University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Peshawar and USPCAS-E management. The exchange program in partnership with the Arizona State University is coordinated through the USAID-funded U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCAS-E). The program offers promising students an opportunity to enhance their research skills and industry awareness and also provides faculty members an opportunity to upgrade their teaching and corporate-partnership skills.  

This initiative of the U.S. Government in the energy sector is part of the broader U.S. commitment to support the Government of Pakistan in its efforts to strengthen the country’s energy sector.  By the end of the program in 2019, approximately 100 graduate students and faculty members from USPCAS-E (UET Peshawar) will have availed the opportunity to carry out applied energy research at Arizona State University as part of USAID’s $127 million U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy program.

View the embedded image gallery online at:
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