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I am a research associate with the Energy and Behavior Group at Carnegie Mellon University. This research group is comprised of the three departments: Tepper School of Business, Engineering and Public Policy, and Social and Decision Science.
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I am a research associate with the Energy and Behavior Group at Carnegie Mellon University. This research group is comprised of the three departments: Tepper School of Business, Engineering and Public Policy, and Social and Decision Science.
 
==Education==
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About Me

I am a research associate with the Energy and Behavior Group at Carnegie Mellon University. This research group is comprised of the three departments: Tepper School of Business, Engineering and Public Policy, and Social and Decision Science.

Contact Info

Jack Wang (an artistic interpretation)
Jack Wang (an artistic interpretation)
Jack Wang
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Porter Hall 208 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Education

  • 2010, BS Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University

Research interests

  1. Behavior and energy consumption
    1. IHD Field Trial
  2. Sustainability and energy efficiency
  3. Reducing our carbon footprint

Publications

  1. Krishnamurti, T., Schwartz, D., Davis, A., Fischhoff, B., Bruine de Bruin, W., Lave, L., Wang, J., Preparing for smart grid technologies: A behavioral decision research approach to understanding consumer expectations about smart meters. Energy Policy (2011) [Paper1]
    In Press

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