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.
Stewardship in Fuel Technologies
February 25, 2021Chemical and biomolecular engineer Chao Wang has discovered a new way of characterizing atomic structures in high-performance catalysts
February 25, 2021The award will support Hall’s project, “Room Temperature Electrochemical Synthesis of Ordered Intermetallic Nanomaterials.” Hall is an assistant professor of materials...
February 22, 2019Scientists manipulate nanomaterials to make them a million times thinner than a strand of hair—dramatically increasing their reactivity.
ROSEI Stewardship in Fuel Technologies
|Chao Wang||Associate Professor||ChemBE|
|Fadil Santosa||Professor and Head||AMS|
|Feng Zhu||Associate Research Professor||MechE|
|Jonah Erlebacher||Leadership Council, Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering||MatSci|
|Michael Shields||Associate Professor||CaSE|
|Michael Tsapatsis||Bloomberg Distinguished Professor||ChemBE|
|Rui Ni||Assistant Professor||MechE|
|Sara Thoi||Leadership Council, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry||Chemistry (KSAS)|
|Shoji Hall||Assistant Professor||MatSci|