The GCEP Student Energy Lecture series that takes place during the summer quarter was created in 2011 to allow GCEP graduate students and postdoctoral scholars the opportunity to give short presentations about their innovative clean energy research. At the end of each series, the top speakers are selected as "GCEP Distinguished Student Lecturers" and invited to give their talks before a broad audience at the GCEP Research Symposium. See below to select the videos of their well-received talks and download their presentations.
The GCEP Graduate Student Representatives are organizing the next student speaker series. Please contact email@example.com if you would like more information.
GCEP Distinguished Student Lecturers
- Insights into the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Metal Surfaces (3.8 Mb)
Kendra Kuhl, Graduate Student - Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
- Modeling CO2 Sequestration: Heterogeneity and Scale Transition (1.1 Mb)
Boxiao Li, Graduate Student - Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University
Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Tandem Solar Cells (18 Mb)
Erik Garnett, Postdoctoral Scholar, Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University
CO2 Sequestration Using Direct Mineral Carbonation of Mg-Silicates (1.1 Mb)
Natalie Johnson, Graduate Student, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
Photon-Enhanced Thermionic Emission for Concentrated Solar (6.7 Mb)
Jared Schwede, Graduate Student, Physics, Stanford University
Conversion of Biomass to Hydrogen through a Synthetic Enzyme Pathway (900 Kb)
Phillip Smith, Graduate Student, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University