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Resident Faculty

9

Affiliated Faculty & Research Specialist

2

Assistant Research Professors

60

Graduate & Masters Students

5

Administrative & Laboratory Support Staff

About the Center

The Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2) at the University of Connecticut is a multi-disciplinary research center that provides leadership in education, research and innovation of clean and efficient energy systems.  By catalyzing the transformation of science to systems for a global “Sustainable Energy Economy,” the center facilitates industrial and organizational development of cost-effective solutions to current and emerging global energy and environmental concerns.

The center’s Mission is to become a leader in transforming science to systems; bridging the gap from fossil fuels to hydrogen economy; enabling industries and organizations in the development of cost effective and timely solutions for critical technical issues; and providing guidance and leadership in solving global societal issues ranging from sustainable energy to the environment.

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Areas of Research

  • Advanced materials synthesis
  • Materials characterization
  • High temperature materials
  • Electrochemistry & electrodics
  • Membranes & catalysis
  • Computational simulation & control
  • Power electronics
  • Renewable energy systems

Leadership

Center Director

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Dr. Ugur Pasaogullari

ugur.pasaogullari@uconn.edu

Program Director

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Ms. Terry Barber-Tournaud

terry.barber-tournaud@uconn.edu