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Andrew Bocarsly

  • Professor of Chemistry

Improving membrane fuel cells that convert H2 and O2 or alcohols into electricity; exploring proton exchange polymer membranes; charge transfer processes and materials chemistry for alternate energy schemes including solar photochemistry and electrochemistry; electrochemical and semiconductor based photoelectrochemical conversion of CO2 to liquid fuels and syngas; CO2 storage in new materials; water splitting for hydrogen production

Office: 388 Frick Chemistry Lab

Phone: 609-258-3888


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Emily Carter

  • Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment
  • Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Applied and Computational Mathematics
  • Founding Director, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Design of new materials for solar energy conversion to electricity and fuels; lightweight metal alloy design for fuel-efficient vehicles; clean, efficient combustion of biofuels; solid oxide fuel cell cathode design for efficient electricity production; robust materials for fusion reactor walls

Office: D404A Engineering Quad D-Wing

Phone: 609-258-5391


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Yiguang Ju

  • Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Director, Program in Sustainable Energy

Sustainable energy, propulsion, and functional nano-materials; high-hydrogen syngas for turbines; efficient kinetic models of biofuel combustion for ground transportation; efficient ignition systems for high-speed propulsion with non-equilibrium plasma discharge; validated surrogate fuel model for jet fuels; functional nanomaterials for solar cells and batteries

Office: D330 Engineering Quad D-Wing

Phone: 609-258-5644


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Antoine Kahn

  • Professor of Electrical Engineering

Organic thin films and organic electronics for photovoltaics: organic/organic heterojunctions that constitute the core of organic photovoltaic cells; interfaces between organic films and conducting oxides or polymer-functionalized surfaces that constitute the high and low work function anode and cathode of these solar cells; hybrid organic/inorganic semiconductor solar cells; chemical doping that increases carrier mobility for improved charge collection

Office: B420 Engineering Quad B-Wing

Phone: 609-258-4642


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Bruce Koel

  • Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Fabrication and characterization of novel fuel cell electrodes; structure, reactivity, and catalysis of platinum alloys; surface reactions of plasma facing components of fusion reactor walls; reaction mechanisms of iron nanoparticles for heavy metal sequestration in groundwater cleanup

Office: A311 Engineering Quad A-Wing

Phone: 609-258-4524


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Lynn Loo

  • Theodora D. '78 and William H. Walton III '74 Professor in Engineering
  • Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Printable conductive inks for scalable plastic photovoltaics and electronics; processing-structure-function relationships of electrically-active plastics; development of processing methodologies for printed electronics

Office: A323 Engineering Quad

Phone: 609-258-9091


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Warren Powell

  • Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering
  • Director, Princeton Laboratory for Energy Systems Research
  • Director, Program in Engineering and Management Systems

High-dimensional stochastic optimization for: Storage of energy from wind and solar; stochastic, multiscale energy policy models for energy investment decisions; control of smart grids; management of plug-in electric vehicles; control of heterogeneous storage devices; R&D portfolio optimization; heavy-tailed models of electricity prices; and finding optimal demand response strategies in the presence of time-varying prices

Office: 230 Sherrerd Hall

Phone: 609-258-5373


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Barry Rand

  • Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Thin film semiconductors and electronics; organic and chalcogenide semiconductors; photovoltaics; solar energy conversion; light trapping.

Office: B414 Engineering Quad B-Wing

Phone: 609-258-7692


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Greg Scholes

  • William S. Tod Professor of Chemistry

Mechanisms of light harvesting and light-induced charge separation; photosynthesis; organic semiconductors; bioinspiration (learning from novelties in nature)

Office: 125 Frick Chemistry Lab

Phone: 609-258-0729


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Jeffrey Schwartz

  • Professor of Chemistry

Interfacial modifiers in organic photovoltaics; interface chemistry; surface modification of polymer or inorganic conductor or semiconductor surfaces as a means to enhance performance of devices as diverse as diodes, organic transistors, or biosensors; strong interfaces between implant or tissue scaffold surfaces and biomolecules in the context of enhancing tissue integration with a prosthetic device

Office: 390 Frick Laboratory

Phone: 609-258-3926


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Annabella Selloni

  • David B. Jones Professor of Chemistry

Photovoltaics; use of density functional theory and molecular dynamics to improve efficiency of heterogeneous photocatalysis on semiconducting metal oxides; dye-sensitized solar cells

Office: 155 Frick Chemistry Lab

Phone: 609-258-3837


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Winston (Wole) Soboyejo

  • Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials

Sustainable infrastructure for developed and developing countries: solar cells and light emitting devices for urban and rural environments; recycling of agricultural and industrial wastes into heat-absorbing walls; filters for safe drinking water. Materials science for technologies that are compatible with and consider the impact on local cultures

Office: D404B Engineering Quad D-Wing

Phone: 609-258-5609


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Hakan Tureci

  • Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering

Fundamental studies of light-matter interactions in complex solid state media; Design of novel nanophotonic and semiconductor media for optoelectronic applications.

Office: B312 Engineering Quad B-Wing

Phone: 609-258-1993


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Sigurd Wagner

  • Professor of Electrical Engineering, Emeritus

Environmental aspects of electrical engineering; solar energy conversion; devices, processes, and materials for large-area electronics; sensor skins for civil infrastructure

Office: B422 Engineering Quad B-Wing

Phone: 609-258-4631


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