Precourt Institute, Stanford Environmental & Energy Policy Analysis Center, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Law, Tax & Regulation. Rate constants for reactions of OH with fuels. Green Computing, Thermoelectrics, Photovoltaics, Energy & Behavior, Sensors & Data, Transportation. Single vortex dynamics in superconductors. Fuel cells for methane, hydrogen and solid fuel conversion. GHG emissions and economic implications of new shale gas supplies. New ways to synthesize graphene and carbon nanotube architectures for potential future device applications, such as fuel cells, catalysis, and lithium-air and nickel-metal batteries. Geothermal, oil and gas reservoir engineering. Transportation, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Combustion. Photon-enhanced thermionic emission devices, which use solar heat and light to generate electricity. Quantum magnetism. Results of low-carbon energy research at U.S. universities. Control of thermal radiation. Geological carbon storage in sedimentary and magnesium-silicate rocks. Such skills and knowledge include resource assessment, choices among energy alternatives, and carbon management, as well as the basic scientific background and technical skills common to engineers. Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Water Systems, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Bioenergy. Stanford Home Maps & Directions Search Stanford Emergency Info. Converting low energy photons to higher for greater efficiency in solar cells. Behavior of materials under compression, which can lead to new materials for hydrogen storage and advanced batteries. Co-evolution of technology and policy on the business case of low-carbon energy solutions. 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 Stanford Earth and other schools at Stanford are investing heavily in research aimed at developing new approaches, technologies, and policies for a reliable, affordable, and low- or no-carbon energy future. We are committed to leading the way to provide the people, methods, and tools for sustainable management of the Earth's energy resources. Environmental economics and industrial organization, with a focus on climate change and energy markets. As always, use your best judgement and consider your own and others' well-being at all times. Theory and modeling for new, energy-related materials and nanomaterials. Precourt Institute, Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy & Finance, Transportation, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Management & Innovation. Climate and electricity policy. Structural characterization of materials used for energy conversion and storage, especially graphenefor thin films for solar cells, and also lithium-sulfur batteries for electric cars, high-temperature proton exchange membrane for fuel cells. Developing monocrystalline germanium III-V solar cell with efficiencies near the best multi-junction cells and manufacturing cost approaching the conventional crystalline silicon technology. Impacts on climate of converting land use from food to biofuel crops. Behavior of electrons confined to nanostructures. Hydrogen absorption and desorption in individual palladium nanocrystals. Combustion, Unconventional Oil & Gas, Geothermal, Photovoltaics. Electron transfer between electrodes and among redox species. Earth System Science, Center on Food Security & the Environment. The future of global oil resources, supply and demand. Climate, Water, Natural Gas, Unconventional Oil & Gas, Tax & Regulation. Nanostructured solar cells. Energy efficient and sustainable building design. Creating valuable products from organic waste streams. Models for strategic planning. Energy production optimization. © Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305. Our research investigates techniques such as demand response and the use of energy storage to reduce peak demand and address variability of renewable energy. Waste water: making treatment, as well as water and nutrient recovery, a net producer of energy rather than a consumer. Sensors and actuators for energy conversion. Lithium-ion battery modeling, estimation, control and optimization. Models for new energy paradigms for developing novel materials for superconductors, photovoltaics and batteries. Energy-Efficient computing. Emerging business models at the interface of data sharing platforms and energy systems. Chemical and physical processes of geothermal systems. Energy supply and water supply interactions. Quantum confined solar cells, including quantum dots, thin barrier layers and transparent electrodes. Obama administration's "Clean Power Plan.". Co-firing coal and biomass during combustion and gasification. Using avatars and virtual reality simulations to reduce energy use through reexamination of personal energy behavior and by connecting specific energy use and environmental consequences. The effect of energy efficiency standards in appliances and buildings, and how these standards affect purchase prices and operating costs. Interactions between climate and large-scale solar energy projects. Reducing wind power costs by improving forecasts and buying replacement power later. Mechanical Engineering, Precourt Institute, Thermoelectrics, Batteries & Fuel Cells, Electric Grid, Grid Scale Storage, Climate, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Finance & Subsidies, Management & Innovation, Renewable Fuels. Continuous passive seismic monitoring for detection of CO2 plumes in geologic sequestration projects. Increasing output and reducing costs at large wind farms by positioning smaller, mixing turbines among the primary turbines in conjunction with other new management approaches. Reservoir geomechanics with emphasis on shale gas and tight gas reservoirs, hydraulic fracturing, the occurrence of induced and triggered earthquakes, and the feasibility of long-termgeologic sequestration of CO2. Doping titanium dioxide nanowires for enhanced photoelectrochemical performance. Biosynthesis and molecular-scale recycling of bioplastics and biocomposites. Renewable energy will make up at least half of the generation mix and drive adoption of novel technologies such as storage, fuel cells, waste to power and distributed generation. CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Unconventional Oil & Gas. Transportation, Batteries & Fuel Cells, Photovoltaics. Failure to account for geography of trade leads to an overstatement of GHG emissions from U.S. biofuel policies of nearly 100 percent. Updates will be posted on this page, as well as emailed to the EE student mail list. Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy & Finance, Economic Development & Equity, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Management & Innovation, Tax & Regulation. Coal and biomass conversion in supercritical water for production of liquid fuels. Key ares of research include radiative cooling, photon-enhanced thermionic emission (PETE) and thermophotovoltaic technologies that use combine solar heat and photovoltaic energy to produce electricity. Operational management challenges for some cleantech firms. Urban water infrastructure and the water/energy nexus. Chemistry, SLAC - Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource. “END USE/EFFICIENCY.” Users can filter for specific sub-topics or the entire category. Nanoscale materials and devices for energy conversion, transport and storage. Using current supercomputers and next-generation high performance systems for multidisciplinary optimization to increase wind turbine power output and reduce noise. Methods to project trends in energy technology innovations and associated new business models. Modeling natural ventilation in energy efficient buildings using high-fidelity simulations. Characterization and monitoring of petroleum and carbon storage systems. Balancing water and energy demands. Batteries & Fuel Cells, Buildings, Photovoltaics. Computational modeling of subsurface flow, with applications in oil and gas production and geological carbon sequestration. Impact of rock type, porosity, pore fluids, temperature, and stress on seismic wave propagation. Multijunction photovoltaic cell using nanowire-based subcells connected in parallel and a plasmonic electrode serving both as a lateral spectral filter and as a light concentrator. Application areas include CO2 sequestration and reservoir simulation. Local response of novel superconductors. Nitrogen-doped porous carbon for CO2 capture. Research Area: Energy Sustainability. Generating bioenergy in the form of hydrocarbons and electricity from living cells. Energy Resources Engineering. Using incentive mechanisms and societal networks for reducing congestion-related costs in transportation, both public and private. Unconventional superconductivity. Ways for the construction industry to overcome barriers to adopting energy-efficient innovations. Earth System Science, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment. CO2 reaction with magnesium-silicate rock. Development of silicon-based microphotonic functionality and plasmonic devices to manipulate the flow of light at the nanoscale. Carbon-based devices. Enhanced geothermal systems. Consequences of switching land use to biofuels. Metabolic processes of anaerobic microorganisms and their application in bioenergy. Reports Developing large-scale clean, renewable energy solutions to global warming, air pollution and energy security. Stanford University scientist Mark Jacobson has developed a 50-state roadmap for transforming the United States from dependence on fossil fuels to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050. Stanford scientists are exploring new technologies that exploit the tremendous amount of heat radiated from the sun. Analysis of global climate change policy options. Entrepreneurship education regarding high-growth and technology enterprises, in particular energy-related technologies. Batteries & Fuel Cells, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Renewable Fuels. Estimation of fossil-fuel CO2 emissions via atmospheric inversions.Water quality monitoring and contaminant source identification. Combined cooling, heating and power system for the home with thermoacoustic Stirling engine. Transition metal catalysts for direct-hydrocarbon fuel cells. Tracer analysis of fractures. Batteries & Fuel Cells, Combustion, Photovoltaics, Renewable Fuels. Interactions between climate change, biofuel mandates, and energy and agriculture markets. Coal-fired fuel cell with CO2 capture. Geologic characterization of petroleum reservoirs, especially deep-water reservoirs. Transition metal oxides as functional energy materials. How the geologic structures created by faults, fractures and folding affect hydrocarbon recovery and the flow of groundwater. Integrating large-scale solar projects with biofuel production in deserts. Tungsten disulfide nanoflakesas a catalyst for producing hydrogen from water. Batteries & Fuel Cells, Superconductors, Renewable Fuels, Solar Thermal. Venture capital formation for energy technologies. Aspects of petroleum genesis, production and environmental remediation of oil spills. Energy Modeling Forum, Management Science & Engineering, Climate, Integrated Modeling, Energy Markets, National Security. Energy efficiency analysis. Since 2010, we have committed over $6 million to 21 such research projects, which we call "seed grants." © Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305. Applying this to new materials and processes for next generation low-cost solar cells, fuel cells and catalysts. Explore energy research at Stanford by clicking on the research area and key topics below. 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. Engineering piezoelectricity in graphene for mechanical control at nanoscale. Geochemical and hydrological interactions that optimize the formation of carbonates and the physical trapping of CO2, with a view to enhance reaction kinetics, reduce cost and increase storage security. 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. During the 2018-19 school year, almost 300 Stanford University faculty and staff across all seven schools engaged in energy research, producing hundreds of studies representing advances in energy science, technology, business and policy. Study of heat transfer and energy conversion processes, such as thermoelectric and photonic, at nanoscale. New types of long life, safe and inexpensive alkali metal batteries to connect wind and solar sources to the electrical grid. Designing "stealth interventions" that harness the motivating characteristics of social movements to promote the overlapping goals of environmental sustainability and health. Monitoring global GHG emissions. CO2 and water electrolysis for energy storage (methane). Carbon nanospheres for stable lithium metal anodes. Permeability of CO2 and brine, especially sensitivity to injection flow-rate and various fluid properties. Methods for least cost integration of intermittent renewable resources. Performance of the emerging global market for GHG permits and offsets. Models for predicting performance of conventional and non-conventional hydrocarbon reservoirs (including shale oil and gas), and CO2 sequestration operations. Assessment of air pollutant dispersion and mixing indoors, including the effects of energy-efficient building design strategies on indoor pollutant levels. Energy efficient computing based on architectures, runtime environments and parallel computer systems. Understanding mechanisms plants use to produce complex molecules for future use in synthetic production of energy feedstocks. Fundamentals of transport of groundwater and contaminants. Design and management of the electric grid. Affective, cognitive and social web interfaces for reducing energy use. Your source for engineering research and ideas 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. Magnetic nanotechnology, spintronics and integrated inductors, with applications in energy conversion and storage. Efficient data centers. Buildings, Energy & Behavior, Green Computing, Sensors & Data, Transportation, Batteries & Fuel Cells, Electric Grid, Grid Scale Storage, Air Quality, Climate, Integrated Modeling, Natural Gas, Economic Development & Equity, Energy Markets, Finance & Subsidies, Management & Innovation, Bioenergy, Photovoltaics, Renewable Fuels, Wind. Chemical-to-electrical and electrical-to-chemical energy conversion are at the core of the research. Electrochemical CO2 and nitrogen gas reduction. Novel materials for thermoelectric waste-heat recovery in vehicles and buildings. Real-time feedback and its affects. Power electronics, RF power amplifiers, resonant converters, soft switching topologies and design of power converters for operation in harsh environments. Turbulence interactions with dispersed particles and droplets, such as with pulverized coal combustors and fast-fluidized beds. Innovation strategy and management within the global energy transition. Suspension and settling of particles in viscoelastic fluids in hydraulic fracturing to prop open the fractures. New materials such as topological insulators and topological superconductors. Synthesis of models from experimental and field data. People. 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. Energy Research at Stanford The GCEP staff coordinates the Energy Research at Stanford Report, a compilation of abstracts highlighting the wide range of energy-related research taking place across the Stanford campus. Circuit, architecture and application optimization tools to minimize energy needed for each task. CO2 sequestration in coal beds. Novel photonics for green networks. Underestimation of U.S. methane emissions from oil and natural gas extraction and processing, (as well non-energy sources). We teach courses and perform research relevant to the production and transformation of energy resources. 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. Geothermal, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Unconventional Oil & Gas. Low-to-intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells. Making wind and solar power affordable. Integrated assessment. Air Quality, Climate, Land Use, Water, Natural Gas, Economic Development & Equity. This database covers energy-related research at Stanford, SLAC, Hoover Institution and the Carnegie Institution departments at Stanford. Surveys documenting public beliefs about global warming and preferences for energy policy for more than 15 years. Sustainable, durable construction materials. Development of laser-based diagnostics to optimize performance and minimize pollution of combustion and propulsion systems. Market-based valuation of renewable power plants' ecological benefits. Disinfection byproducts in drinking water impacted by shale gas wastewater. Green energy-efficient networks. Yang and Yamazaki Energy & Environment Building, Precourt Institute Energy Advisory Council. Efficient, low-polluting transportation engines (piston and turbine) by taking reactants to extreme states of energy density, and advanced electric generation. Seismic wave propagation in multi-scale heterogeneous reservoirs. Improving the use of energy-economic models for evaluating energy security, energy price shocks and the energy market impacts of environmental policies. Air Quality, Bioenergy, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Water, Water Systems. Accelerating the conversion of CO2 into carbonate minerals that can be sequestered in silicate rocks rich in magnesium and calcium. Understanding mechanisms for high-temperature superconductors. Hydroxylation of methane (and other simple hydrocarbons) using copper and iron to produce methanol, which could reduce oil dependence and GHG emissions. A mathematical model for charge transport in semiconducting polymers for insights into the limits of charge mobilities in organic electronic devices. Optics, photonics and optical materials. Magnetic signatures of materials with quantum mechanical and strongly correlated electron behavior. 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. Energy interests in transportation systems, energy efficiency and education of scientists and non-scientists in energy policy and technology. Homogeneous charge compression ignition engines. Overview of advanced batteries. Models to predict the performance of enhanced oil recovery methods, particularly gas injection and in-situ combustion. U.S. energy policy and its effects on domestic and international political priorities, national security, the economy and global climate. Discovering new, chemically stable nanomaterials for thermionic energy conversion. Synthesizing and characterizing polymer electrolyte membranes for fuel cells, both acidic and alkaline. Buildings, Energy & Behavior, Sensors & Data. Flow imaging to delineate the mechanisms of oil, water and gas flows in porous rock. Transportation, Photovoltaics, Solar Thermal. Synthesizing wide bandgap semiconductor thin films that are temperature tolerant, chemically resistant and radiation-hardened. Decentralized message passing to constantly optimize an electricity network with many different devices, each with its own complex constraints and objective. The winners are chosen through an annual competitive process. Stanford offers more than 200 energy courses and a number of energy degrees. Research 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. 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. Hydrogen from biomass by developing a synthetic enzyme pathway to produce hydrogen from NADPH. 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. Proposal for a revenue-neutral tax on carbon. Our energy research covers a range of topics to address this challenge, including resource availability of renewable energies, matching supply with instantaneous demand, analysis of the effects of a variety of energy technologies, energy flow in cities, and the design and operation of zero-energy buildings. Use of nanowires in thin-film solar cells to boost efficiency. Subscribe. Fabrication of nanoscale materials, and study of their electronic, photonic, electrochemical and catalytic properties. Energy's impacts on climate change. Advanced characterization of materials. Diamondoids-nanostructured diamond. Communal anaerobic digesters as a waste-to-energy strategy to provide sanitation and clean energy, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions relative to conventional septic tanks. How different scenarios of expanded biofuels production in rich and poor countries will affect global and regional food prices, farmer incomes, food consumption by the poor, and climate. (Instructor) Expertise in life-cycle environmental impacts and tradeoffs in the energy industry. Batteries & Fuel Cells, Combustion, Photovoltaics, Land Use, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Natural Gas, Unconventional Oil & Gas. Regulatory aspects of photosynthesis and the biogenesis of photosynthetic membranes. Life-cycle analysis of transportation fuels. Systems and controls analysis of power systems with distributed generation. Reacting flows and the processes by which pollutants are formed and destroyed in combustion. Enhanced oil recovery. Geological & Environmental Sciences, SLAC - Photon Science. CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Solar Thermal. Students may take the Energy Seminar for credit or drop in for talks of interest. Batteries & Fuel Cells, Grid Scale Storage. Environmental learning and behavior, including transportation. Climate, CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion, Natural Gas, Unconventional Oil & Gas. Hybrid and electric vehicles. Computing the life-cycle health, environmental and climate change damages associated with different transportation strategies. Design of cap-and-trade systems. Energy resources of sedimentary basins. Funding usually begins in the fall or winter of the year indicated. Novel phases and phase transitions in disordered and strongly correlated electron systems. Aeronautics & Astronautics, Mechanical Engineering. We train future leaders in the science and engineering of Earth's energy resources. Course work includes the fundamentals of chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, geophysics, mathematics, and physics. Design of alternative regulatory and subsidy mechanisms to achieve CO2 reductions. Stanford Energy is brought to you by the Precourt Institute for Energy. Modeling energy's effects on health and climate. Impacts on climate of converting land use from food to biofuel crops. Characteristics of of airborne particles emitted from urban combustion sources. Superconductivity, topological insulators and behavior of electrons in low-dimensional materials. Efficient computing and data center energy management. Chemical Engineering, TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy, Batteries & Fuel Cells, Photovoltaics, Renewable Fuels. Wireless charging of electric cars. Optimization of subsurface flow operations and energy systems. Applications include lithium ion batteries, supercapacitors, CIGS solar cells, transparent electrodes and using carbon nanotubes in microbial fuel cell electrodes. Multi-exciton generation efficiency in nano-structured materials. Analysis of CO2 capture technologies. Developing an oxygen-tolerant iron-based hydrogenase for a photosynthetic microorganism to produce hydrogen from sunlight. Uncertainty and learning in strategic contexts regarding the provision of public goods, mostly in the context of international environmental agreements. The Energy@Stanford & SLAC course will feature a diverse line-up of Stanford faculty undertaking exciting research in the field of energy. Methane leaks from US natural gas system. New algorithms to improve imaging of reflection seismic data for structural and stratigraphic interpretation. Molecular analysis of organic extracts from sediments and petroleum. 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