Stewardship in Fuel Technologies

The immediacy of climate change, the level of destruction it causes, and the scale of our energy needs require us to move beyond reliance on today’s technologies to seek far bolder, more radical solutions. In this context, fuel and combustion products are not just the source of damaging greenhouse gasses, but instead can become a chemical platform to capture carbon and repurpose it to create new materials for building, agriculture, and transportation.

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Affiliated Researchers

Chao WangAssociate ProfessorChemBE
Fadil SantosaProfessor and HeadAMS
Feng ZhuAssociate Research ProfessorMechE
Jonah ErlebacherLeadership Council, Professor, Department of Materials Science and EngineeringMatSci
Michael BetenbaughProfessorChemBE
Michael ShieldsAssociate ProfessorCaSE
Michael TsapatsisBloomberg Distinguished ProfessorChemBE
Mingwei ChenProfessorMatSci
Rui NiAssistant ProfessorMechE
Sara ThoiLeadership Council, Assistant Professor, Department of ChemistryChemistry (KSAS)
Shoji HallAssistant ProfessorMatSci