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Investigators in Hydrogen
David M. Barnett Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University
Secondary Affiliation: Mechanical Engineering (Division of Mechanics and Computation)
Area of Study: Fuel Cell and Atomic Force Microscopy Modeling, Dislocations and Waves in Anisotropic Elastic Media, Stress Analysis
GCEP Project: Atomic Force Microscopy Measurements of PEM Fuel Cells Processes

Bruce Clemens Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University
Secondary Affiliation: Applied Physics, Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory
Area of Study: Structure and Reaction Kinetics in Nanostructured Materials
GCEP Projects: C-H Bonds in Carbon Nanotubes as an Energy Carrier
Nanomaterials Engineering for Hydrogen Storage

Hongjie Dai Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Chemistry, Stanford University
GCEP Projects: C-H Bonds in Carbon Nanotubes as an Energy Carrier
Nanomaterials Engineering for Hydrogen Storage

David Golden Email
Department Affiliation: Mechanical Engineering - Thermosciences, Stanford University
Area of Study: Chemical Kinetics Related to Combustion and the Atmosphere
GCEP Projects: Optimization of Synthetic Oxygenated Fuels
Hydrogen Effects on Climate, Stratospheric Ozone, and Air Pollution
Process Informatics

Mark Z. Jacobson Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
Area of Study: Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology
GCEP Project: Hydrogen Effects on Climate, Stratospheric Ozone, and Air Pollution

Anders R. Nilsson Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory
Secondary Affiliation: Geological and Environmental Sciences
GCEP Projects: C-H Bonds in Carbon Nanotubes as an Energy Carrier
Nanomaterials Engineering for Hydrogen Storage

Peter Pinsky Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
Secondary Affiliation: Civil Engineering, Stanford University
Area of Study: Computational Mechanics: Fuel Cell Modeling
GCEP Project: Atomic Force Microscopy Measurements of PEM Fuel Cells Processes

Fritz Prinz Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
Secondary Affiliation: Materials Sciences and Engineering, Stanford University
Area of Study: Fuel Cells and Bio-sensing
GCEP Projects: Battery Electrodes with Nanowire Architectures
Photosynthetic Bioelectricity
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Ceramic Materials for Fuel Cells
Exploratory Project - Feasibility of a Novel Photoelectrochemical Energy Conversion Device
Micro- and Nano-Scale Electrochemistry Applied to Fuel Cells
Monitoring Bioconversion Processes
Exploratory Project - Carbon-ion Conducting Thin Film Membranes Towards Efficient CO2 Separation

Alfred Spormann Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
GCEP Project: Synthesis of Biofuels on Bioelectrodes
Capturing Electrical Current via Mechanisms Used for Interspecies Electron Transfer to Produce Methane
Biohydrogen Generation

Jonathan F. Stebbins Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Geological and Environmental Sciences, Stanford University
Secondary Affiliation: Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University
GCEP Project: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Ceramic Materials for Fuel Cells

James Swartz Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
GCEP Projects: Efficient, Highly Productive Hydrogen Production from Glucose
Direct Solar Biohydrogen
Biohydrogen Generation
Exploratory Project - Efficient Cell-Free Hydrogen Production from Glucose

 
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