Bridging the gap between discovery and innovation.
More than 300 UCalgary scholars from a wide range of disciplines — engineering, biological sciences, chemistry, geoscience, geology, health sciences, public policy, social sciences — are conducting research to transform the energy landscape, for a cleaner, more efficient energy future.
Our scholars are balancing far-out and long-term research impacts with immediate and tangible deliverables, including solutions and technologies ready for field-scale applications.
Read about our Energy Innovations for Today and Tomorrow research strategy.
Energy Research at UCalgary
UCalgary has taken a leadership role in developing the ground-breaking energy innovations the world so urgently needs. Our scholars bridge the gap between discovery and innovation through problem-driven research, technology transfer, and commercialization. They're focused on creating pathways to a low-carbon energy system, while harnessing unconventional resources and assessing the effects of energy-related processes.
We partner with businesses, governments, and other universities around the world to test new ideas, apply new solutions, and develop applications at scales that will accelerate deployment and adoption by industries.
Our energy research initiatives help pave the way for industry to expand and develop new business opportunities, transforming the energy landscape.
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Got an idea? New UCalgary initiative streamlines support for innovators and entrepreneurs
Launch of Innovation@UCalgary helps students, faculty, staff, and community put their ideas in motion to solve societal challenges
Milestone gift from alumnus-led exploration company fuels the courage to innovate
Wayne Foo’s generosity fosters freedom, discovery and commercialization in science
Why engineers in Alberta think they've found a way for the oilsands to produce clean fuel
Team is trying to prove its method for extracting hydrogen works for business and the environment
UCalgary hosts leading international experts on environmental monitoring and carbon capture storage
Weeklong workshops fostered collaboration and showcased UCalgary’s leading energy research.
Job shadowing encourages Calgary girls to consider STEM careers
Global Research Initiative hosts six Grade 8 students on campus with Operation Minerva.
University of Calgary announces partnership with Mitacs
Senior undergraduate students, graduate (master's and PhD) and postdoctoral fellows from the University of Calgary are eligible to apply for international research opportunities in Australia, Brazil, China, European Union member countries, Israel, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Norway, Tunisia, United Kingdom and the United States.
Lunch and Learn - Inexpensive Sensors for the Rapid Detection of Leaks
Friday January 31, 2020
11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. MT | Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC) Conference Centre
Please join the University of Calgary's Canada Excellence Research Chair in Materials Engineering for Unconventional Reservoirs (CERC), in partnership with CRIN and the Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) for a lunch and learn.
Dr. Steven Bryant and Dr. Stephanie Kedzior developed and optimized a platform to produce conductive composite films made from low-cost, readily available materials in a simple but previously unexplored fabrication process.
Participants will discuss this evolving case study, will offer constructive feedback and share their experiences with moving similar technologies forward.