Stanford grad students, postdocs, faculty and staff interested in energy: Join us Mondays (June 30-Aug. 11) as the Global Climate & Energy Project (GCEP) grad student/postdoc speakers from different technical areas give presentations - both accessible and informative - about their innovative clean energy research. Learn about cutting-edge breakthroughs directly from students leading efforts in areas such as solar, bioenergy, hydrogen, carbon-based energy systems, electro-chemistry and energy storage.
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Top speakers selected by GCEP will be honored at this year's GCEP Research Symposium (Oct. 14-15) and will have the opportunity to present at the conference.
Schedule of GCEP Student Speakers (15-min presentations w/ 5-min Q & A):
Michael James Kenney - Protecting Silicon Photoelectrodes with Ultrathin Nickel Films
Colin Bailie - Combining Different Types of Solar Cells to Create Low-Cost Tandems with Higher Efficiency
Christopher Zahasky - Analysis of Risks and Key Factors Controlling Potential Leakage from Carbon Storage Reservoirs
Matt Pellow - Hydrogen for Grid Storage: A Net Energy Analysis
Michael Stewart - Cogeneration of Hydrogen and Electricity From Nested Carbon-Air/Carbon Steam Fuel Cells
Christina Li - CO2 and CO Reduction on Oxide-Derived Nanocrystalline Copper
Adelaide Calbry-Muzyka - Exergy Considerations in Adsorption-Based Carbon Capture Systems
Chao Wang - Self-Healing Electrode for High-Energy Lithium Ion Batteries
John To - Design of Hierarchical Nanoporous Nitrogen Doped Carbon for Post-Combustion CO2 Capture
Greg Roberts - A Computationally Efficient Tool for Analysis of Soot Formation within Diesel Engine Sprays
Andrea Bowring - Organometallic Halide Perovskites for Photovoltaic Applications
Ian Smith - Layered Organic-Inorganic Perovskites as Efficient Solar Cell Absorbers
Carol Regalbuto, Mark Donohue & John Fyffe - Mixed Combustion/Electrochemical Energy Conversion for High-Efficiency Engines
For more information, visit http://gcep.stanford.edu.