Search Monitoring and interpreting processes of opinion formation and change. National oil companies. Emissions permit market design, analysis and monitoring.Transmission expansion policy, design and analysis. Power electronics, RF power amplifiers, resonant converters, soft switching topologies and design of power converters for operation in harsh environments. Use of orientation dynamics in thin-film solar cells. Properties of passivated silicon surfaces prepared using wet chemical techniques. A mathematical model for charge transport in semiconducting polymers for insights into the limits of charge mobilities in organic electronic devices. Reducing plug loads to achieve net-zero energy buildings. Course work includes the fundamentals of chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, geophysics, mathematics, and physics. We train future leaders in the science and engineering of Earth's energy resources. Optics, photonics and optical materials. Generating bioenergy in the form of hydrocarbons and electricity from living cells. Since 2010, we have committed over $6 million to 21 such research projects, which we call "seed grants." The Stanford Natural Gas Initiative brings together faculty and students from across campus to conduct research on the wide range of issues related to the responsible development of natural gas as a bridge fuel leading to a decarbonized energy future. Converting CO2 and water into sustainable fuels and chemicals. Design of alternative regulatory and subsidy mechanisms to achieve CO2 reductions. How geochemical reactions of CO2 injection change the seismic attributes of rocks. Sequestering CO2 in deep underground formations. Carnegie - Global Ecology, Earth System Science. Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP), long-term research effort led by Stanford University for the development of a global energy system with low greenhouse emissions Interdisciplinary Research in EnergyResearch in energy is motivated at the macro level by the rapid rise in worldwide demand for electricity and the threat of global climate change and on the micro level by the explosion in the number of mobile devices and sensors whose performance and lifetimes are limited by energy.On the macro level, electronic loads, such as data centers, Unconventional superconductivity. Developing energy efficient electronic solutions. Emerging business models at the interface of data sharing platforms and energy systems. Impact on power grid reliability from widespread use of distributed energy resources. Solid oxide fuel cells. Strengths and weaknesses of a carbon tax. Net energy analysis of emerging technologies, such as PV and energy storage.Energy systems analysis to guide decisions about providing energy while reducing GHG emissions. The effect of energy efficiency standards in appliances and buildings, and how these standards affect purchase prices and operating costs. Tiny, highly efficient semiconductor laser for optical data interconnects that use light to communicate with higher speed and smaller energy consumption than conventional electrical interconnects, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering. Sensors for advanced combustion. Subscribe to Stanford Earth Matters. A new type of cellulose in bacteria with properties that could make it an improvement over traditional cellulose for production of biofuels. Energy-neutral biological sewage treatment. Obama administration's "Clean Power Plan.". Inference of fracture geometry from resonant frequencies and attenuation.Fault damage zones impact on the flow characteristics of fractured reservoirs, and predicting fault damage zones. Controlling atomic scale structure of thin films and nanomaterials for use in photovoltaics and hydrogen storage. Application areas include CO2 sequestration and reservoir simulation. Capturing atmospheric CO2 using organic-inorganic hybrid materials. Earth System Science, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment. Environmental learning and behavior, including transportation. Electrochemical CO2 and nitrogen gas reduction. Electrocatalysts to convert CO2 and feedstocks to higher value materials. Failure to account for geography of trade leads to an overstatement of GHG emissions from U.S. biofuel policies of nearly 100 percent. Explore energy research at Stanford by clicking on the research area and key topics below. Using molecular beam epitaxy of III-V compound semiconductor materials to investigate new materials and nano structuring for high efficiency solar cells and photo electrochemical water splitting for the generation of hydrogen. Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP), long-term research effort led by Stanford University for the development of a global energy system with low greenhouse emissions High-temperature cuprate and pnictide superconductors. Development of silicon-based microphotonic functionality and plasmonic devices to manipulate the flow of light at the nanoscale. Impact of deliberative polling, (which explores how people's opinions would change if they were more informed), on energy choices, attitudes toward renewable energy and energy conservation. Nanoscale materials and devices for energy conversion, transport and storage. Energy efficiency technology, policy and economics. Geophysical characterization of the chemical and physical changes that a rock formation undergoes upon the injection of fluids for storage, as with sequestration of CO2, or for the production of fossil energy, i.e., hydraulic fracturing and formation damage.Unpredicted rock alterations can lead to ground contamination, ineffective stimulation and seismic activity. Sustainable Stanford is a university-wide effort to reduce our environmental impact, preserve resources, and show sustainability in action. Chemical and physical processes of geothermal systems. David Packard Building350 Jane Stanford WayStanford, CA  94305, Phone: (650) 723-3931info@ee.stanford.eduCampus Map. Gas mileage standards. Sugar and ethanol production as a rural development strategy in Brazil. “END USE/EFFICIENCY.” Users can filter for specific sub-topics or the entire category. Synthesis of functional organic and polymer materials for numerous energy applications, such asnanostructured polymers for low-cost, stretchable batteries and PV cells, and thin-film organic PV cells. Developing an image and signal processor 20 times more power efficient than conventional signal processors. Characterizing and modeling the fundamental micromechanical and photochemical mechanisms that dictate the reliability and lifetimes of emerging energy technologies, including solar cells and their modules, PEM fuel cells, and batteries. Study of heat transfer and energy conversion processes, such as thermoelectric and photonic, at nanoscale. Enhanced Oil Recovery, Unconventional Oil & Gas, Geothermal. Using anaerobic bacteria to convert organic waste to methane gas for fuel to convert wastewater to drinking water. Ion-beam assisted deposition for thin-film solar. Performance of the emerging global market for GHG permits and offsets. We teach courses and perform research relevant to the production and transformation of energy resources. Sustainable, durable construction materials. Precourt Institute, Stanford Environmental & Energy Policy Analysis Center, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Law, Tax & Regulation. Funding usually begins in the fall or winter of the year indicated. Hoover Task Force on Energy Policy, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Precourt Institute, Nuclear, Finance & Subsidies, Law, Management & Innovation, National Security, Tax & Regulation. Green networks for office and residential buildings. Metal-oxide semiconductor anodes for oxidation of water. Modeling global oil depletion, or "peak oil," and transitions to oil substitutes. Real-time feedback and its affects. Climate impacts of converting land use to biofuel crops. Fundamental and applied electrochemistry: solar fuels, fuel cells, and batteries. Integration of energy and environmental performance indicators, value and payback time in design of energy-efficient buildings. Flow of complex mixtures (oil, gas and water) in porous rocks and in pipes. Reducing corporate carbon footprint through operations and supply chain management. Electrical Engineering, SLAC - Photon Science. Turbulence interactions with dispersed particles and droplets, such as with pulverized coal combustors and fast-fluidized beds. Management Science & Engineering, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Buildings, Energy & Behavior, Heating & Cooling, Transportation, Climate, Integrated Modeling, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Law, Management & Innovation, Tax & Regulation. Deep CO2 sequestration and earthquake triggering. Climate benefits of converting biofuel crops from annual plants to perennials. Batteries & Fuel Cells, Combustion, Photovoltaics, Renewable Fuels. Use of renewable materials instead of plastics to make structural insulated panels, which improve heating and cooling efficiency in buildings. Self-assembly of nanostructures from the natural protein clathrin for experimental battery electrodes. Energy production optimization. SLAC is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory operated by Stanford, conducting research in chemistry, materials and energy sciences, bioscience, fusion energy science, high-energy physics, cosmology and other fields. Integrated assessment. Recovery of unconventional hydrocarbon resources. Transportation, Photovoltaics, Solar Thermal. In 2009, Chu became President Barack Obama’s secretary of energy, and then returned to Stanford’s faculty both in physics and at the medical school in 2013. Hydrogen-rich, crystalline solids. Chemistry, SLAC - Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource. Modeling energy's effects on health and climate. Bits & Watts Initiative Bits & Watts develops innovations for the electric grid needed to enable reliance on intermittent power and distributed energy resources, while keeping the grid secure and affordable. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency enforcement. Developing organometallic and organic catalysts. Chemical-to-electrical and electrical-to-chemical energy conversion are at the core of the research. Economic Development & Equity, National Security. Nanostructured solar cells. Methods to project trends in energy technology innovations and associated new business models. Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Water Systems, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Bioenergy. Models for applying hydraulic fracturing to geothermal systems. Atomic-scale structure and dynamics of the ion conducting oxide ceramic materials at the heart of solid oxide fuel cells, with the aim of optimizing performance and lowering cost. Transmission electron microscopy to study effects of radiation damage on the size and distribution of quantum dots in solar cells. The effects of aircraft on climate and pollution. Future of stationary power: electricity grid and natural gas infrastructure, system integration and innovative technologies, finance, policy and business models. Developing materials for heterogeneous catalysis and photocatalysis using nanoparticles and nanocrystals, especially of titanium dioxide. EE Student Information, Spring Quarter through Academic Year 2020-2021: Integrated Circuits and Power Electronics, Photonics, Nanoscience and Quantum Technology. On the macro level, electronic loads, such as data centers, smart appliances, and electric vehicles, are poised to overtake traditional industrial loads in consumption share. Effects of electron correlation. Regulatory aspects of photosynthesis and the biogenesis of photosynthetic membranes. Please send comments and suggestions to: mark.golden@stanford.edu. Evaluating U.S. oil security, import reliance and oil markets.GHG emissions and economic implications of new shale gas supplies. Discovering new, chemically stable nanomaterials for thermionic energy conversion. Water oxidation with metal-oxide semiconductor anodes. Batteries & Fuel Cells, Superconductors, Renewable Fuels, Solar Thermal. The environmental impact of energy use, specifically greenhouse gas emissions from use of fossil fuels. Basin and petroleum basin systems modeling. SLAC - Photon Science, Stanford Institute for Materials & Energy Science, Batteries & Fuel Cells, Superconductors, Photovoltaics. Overview of advanced batteries. Energy efficiency analysis. © Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305. Emerging computer systems, such as low-power wireless sensor networks and full duplex wireless. Materials with unconventional magnetic and electronic properties. Applying experimental approaches from public health and medical research to develop family-, school-, and community-based interventions to promote residential, transportation and food-related energy-saving behaviors. Reacting flows and the processes by which pollutants are formed and destroyed in combustion. Chemical Engineering, TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy, Batteries & Fuel Cells, Photovoltaics, Renewable Fuels. Developing an oxygen-tolerant iron-based hydrogenase for a photosynthetic microorganism to produce hydrogen from sunlight. New algorithms to improve imaging of reflection seismic data for structural and stratigraphic interpretation. Developing a community-based program for reducing residential energy use, working with Girl Scouts. Market-based valuation of renewable power plants' ecological benefits. Wireless charging of electric cars. Stanford Institute for Materials & Energy Science. Some of the activities in this report are sponsored by GCEP, while others are sponsored by outside organizations. Carbon nanospheres for stable lithium metal anodes. Our research investigates techniques such as demand response and the use of energy storage to reduce peak demand and address variability of renewable energy. Buildings, Climate, Finance & Subsidies, Management & Innovation, Tax & Regulation. Materials Science & Engineering, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Buildings, Transportation, Climate, Integrated Modeling, Land Use, Economic Development & Equity, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Management & Innovation, Tax & Regulation. We hope to see you at the weekly cross-campus Energy Seminar on Mondays during the academic year from 4:30-5:20 at NVIDIA Auditorium. Energy Resources Engineering. Specialized magnetic nanoprobes. Assessment of air pollutant dispersion and mixing indoors, including the effects of energy-efficient building design strategies on indoor pollutant levels. Combined cooling, heating and power system for the home with thermoacoustic Stirling engine core fueled by natural gas and solar thermal energy. Climate, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Natural Gas, Unconventional Oil & Gas. Understanding mechanisms plants use to produce complex molecules for future use in synthetic production of energy feedstocks. Combustion, Unconventional Oil & Gas, Geothermal, Photovoltaics. CO2 sequestration in coal beds. Atomic and molecular manipulation for energy-efficient nanotechnology. Characteristics of of airborne particles emitted from urban combustion sources. Modeling natural ventilation in energy efficient buildings using high-fidelity simulations. Energy supply and water supply interactions. Deep-water sedimentation, especially using outcrops and cores to study the processes by which coarse sediment is transported and deposited in the deep sea. Reducing the settling rate of the proppant particles, typically sand. Improved siting of large-scale concentrating solar power projects. Stanford scientists are exploring new technologies that exploit the tremendous amount of heat radiated from the sun. Flow and heat transfer in complex turbulent flows. A new palette for urban water that saves water, energy and money. Stanford offers more than 200 energy courses and a number of energy degrees. Green energy-efficient networks. A simulation tool that models all parts of the electrical network, including generation, transmission, intermittent renewable supply, energy storage, distributed generation and electrical vehicles. Coal and biomass utilization in solid oxide fuel cells with CO2 capture. Names link to individual profile pages, which include contact information. Making wind and solar power affordable. Topological phases of matter. Enhanced oil recovery. Magnetic nanotechnology, spintronics and integrated inductors, with applications in energy conversion and storage. Affective, cognitive and social web interfaces for reducing energy use. Transition metal catalysts for direct-hydrocarbon fuel cells. Suspension and settling of particles in viscoelastic fluids in hydraulic fracturing to prop open the fractures. Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences. Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering. Fuel cells for methane, hydrogen and solid fuel conversion. Economics, Program on Energy & Sustainable Development, Energy & Behavior, Electric Grid, Water, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Management & Innovation, Tax & Regulation. Carbon-based devices. Consequences of switching land use to biofuels. The Energy Resources Engineering curriculum provides a sound background in basic sciences and their application to practical problems to address the complex and changing nature of the field. Photon-enhanced thermionic emission devices, which use solar heat and light. The TomKat Center supports early-stage research by Stanford faculty in the area of sustainable energy. Interactions between climate and large-scale solar energy projects. Nanostructured materials for light manipulation, photovoltaics and photocatalysis. Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy studies of strongly correlated electron systems, in particular the high temperature superconductors. Enhanced geothermal systems. Current trends in energy industries. Civil & Environmental Engineering, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Water Systems, Economic Development & Equity. Stanford Energy is brought to you by the Precourt Institute for Energy. Produce scientific knowledge to guide policies on energy extraction and global warming. SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. Stanford Energy Research: Year in Review 2018-19. Research on power and renewable energy sectors for select geographies complete with SWOT analysis, country risk analysis, statistics and more; access to databases of global energy projects; tools to create custom industry data tables in Excel. Disinfection byproducts in drinking water impacted by shale gas wastewater. New types of long life, safe and inexpensive alkali metal batteries to connect wind and solar sources to the electrical grid. The construction industry's barriers to adopting energy-efficient innovations. Lithium-ion battery modeling, estimation, control and optimization. Potential damping effect of large, ocean-based wind farms on hurricanes. The future of global oil resources, supply and demand. Planning ocean uses, including renewable energy projects such as wind, wave and tidal energy. Resources for Current Students. Control technologies for networked and distributed systems, including the electric system. Stanford Solar Research Directory PV Materials/Devices - Any - CdTe CIGS CIGS/CZTS CZTS Electrochemical devices III-V materials Nanowire Organic Perovskite Perovskite, dye-sensitized Photonic devices Quantum dot Silicon Single crystal GaAs thin films Solar Fuel Thin film Thin silicon solar cells Transparent electrodes With core expertise in fluid dynamics, computational engineering, and electrokinetic phenomena, we investigate a concept idea for improving efficiency of plasma-based CO2 converters. Possible formation and release of nitrosamine and nitramine carcinogens from amine-based CO2 capture, which is the only currently economical technology for power plant exhaust gases, and techniques to destroy any of these byproducts. Molecular analysis of organic extracts from sediments and petroleum. How China and the U.S. could deploy solar energy more efficiently if each one played to its economic strengths. Buildings, Sensors & Data, Electric Grid, Energy Markets, Wind. Game simulating California's markets for electricity, reneweble energy and CO2 permits to inform policy. Impact of rock type, porosity, pore fluids, temperature, and stress on seismic wave propagation. Geologic characterization of petroleum reservoirs, especially deep-water reservoirs. SLAC, Stanford Institute for Materials & Energy Science. One goal is to showcase the breadth and depth of energy expertise at Stanford University and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, while providing students a broad perspective on the topic of energy. Methods for least cost integration of intermittent renewable resources. Improving methods for use of atmospheric observations of GHG from remote sensors. Energy efficiency technologies, policies and behavior. 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