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U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCASE)

Focus Areas

Curriculum

CREATE A MODERN, RELEVANT CURRICULUM
ASU is supporting NUST and UET to develop new masters and Ph.D. degree programs with11 new programs to date plus more than 80 new courses. These new degree programs translate work in the classroom and lab into the public and private sector in a pragmatic and applied manner with a focus on immediate real-world applications. Learn more

Research

FOCUS ON HIGH-IMPACT APPLIED RESEARCH

The centers are focused on energy research that directly relates to ongoing and future energy challenges that affect the lives of ordinary Pakistanis and impede economic growth. These efforts include 30 applied research projects and 10 joint research projects with U.S.- based faculty at ASU and OSU. Learn more

Exchange Programs and Scholarships

FACILITATE LEARNING THROUGH EXCHANGE PROGRAMS

USPCASE supports the academic and research advancement of Pakistani students and faculty by hosting more than 200 exchange students and faculty at ASU and OSU — 30 each semester — to conduct cutting-edge energy research in state-of-the-art labs. Learn more

Sustainability

ENSURE LONG-TERM SUSTAINABILITY OF THE CENTERS

USPCASE is working to ensure the sustainability of initiatives at NUST and UET through fundraising strategies and the cultivation of six public-private partnerships with the goal of raising $2M in funding, creating 20 new labs and two libraries, and securing 100 internships. Learn more

Governance

FACILITATE INDUSTRY COLLABORATION AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

USPCASE is focused on the collaboration needed to develop world-class centers of energy engineering that will serve as Pakistan’s go-to think tanks with the technical expertise to close the energy gap. As part of this effort, USPCASE is working to actively engage 120 stakeholders over the life of the project. Learn more