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2012 2011
  • Continuous Passive-Seismic Monitoring of CO2 Geologic Sequestration Projects (Biondo Biondi)
  • Electrochemical Dinitrogen Fixation (Matthew Kanan)
  • Real-Time Monitoring at CO2 Sequestration Sites: Fast Data Assimilation and Risk Evaluation (Peter Kitanidis)
  • Solid-state Photon Enhanced Thermionic Emission for Solar Energy Conversion (Nicholas Melosh)
  • CO2 Capture Using Carbon-based Sorbents (Jennifer Wilcox)
2010
  • Wireless Power Transfer to Moving Vehicles (Shanhui Fan)
  • Axially Graded Index Lens (AGILE) as a Non-tracking Solar Concentrator (Olav Solgaard)
  • Efficient Cell-Free Hydrogen Production from Glucose: Extension (James Swartz)
  • Manufacturable Nanostructured Solar Cells with Efficient Light Trapping and Charge Carrier Collection (Yi Cui)
  • Towards Architecturally Engineered, Ultra-High Performance Solid Oxide Fuel Cells by Scalable Manufacturing Methods (Sossina Hale, California Institute of Technology)
2009 2008 2007 2006
 
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