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Graduate Student Research Summit in Sustainability

Thirty graduate students from various disciplines within Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2) and across at least five engineering departments and schools shared their ongoing research during the inaugural C2E2 Graduate Student Research Summit in Sustainability.

The summit, held Feb. 16 and 17, 2024 at the Innovation Partnership Building (IPB), showcased the work of students from multiple disciplines in engineering. Graduate students Alanna Gado and Leila Chebbo organized and led the event.  This summit gave students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and refine their research presentation skills, while receiving valuable feedback from peers and faculty, even engaging in some discourse. Students discussed their research and sustainability challenges with their peers, furthering their connections.

Research topics ranged from cultivated beef, the effectiveness of air filters, desalination, desulfurization, space exploration, and electrolyzers, to fuel cells, and membrane applications, and more. Each student was given 15 minutes to present his or her work and engage in a Q&A.   Student peers used a rubric to score each presentation and awards were given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for best presentations as well as honorable mention.

To view students presentations click here.


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