Energy Research at the University of Washington

Fuel Cells

Converting fuels to electricity

Jonathan D. Posner

Energy Research Area: Our research focuses on electrochemical energy storage technology that enables intermittent renewable energy generation such as solar and wind power.

Record last updated on November 28th 2011 PDT.

John C. Kramlich

Energy Research Area: Combustion; advanced energy conversion systems; environmental emissions control; algae-based biofuels; conventional biofuels

Record last updated on November 28th 2011 PDT.

René M. Overney

Energy Research Area: Energy Research Area: Development of function materials based on cognitive molecular and nanoscale principles in the field of (i) organic electro-optics with focus on energy efficiency, (ii) hydrogen technology in regards of low cost fuel purification, (iii) polymer membrane technology as low cost alternative.

Record last updated on November 28th 2011 PDT.

Rajendra Bordia

Energy Research Area: Multilayered ceramic systems and nanostructured ceramics and composites for next generation energy conversion and energy storage systems

Record last updated on November 28th 2011 PDT.

James M. Mayer

Energy Research Area: We are exploring the fundamental science behind the interconversion of electrical and chemical energies, the catalysis of the production and utilization of chemical fuels.

Record last updated on September 18th 2013 PDT.

John J. Rehr

Energy Research Area: Theoretical condensed matter physics: complex materials, excited states, and spectroscopy

Record last updated on October 2nd 2012 PDT.

Daniel T. Schwartz

Energy Research Area: Interdisciplinary Ph.D. education and research training program to work on tribal energy projects. Development of microfluidic tools needed to characterize how changes to fuel cell materials impact their ability to transport water without flooding.

Record last updated on October 1st 2012 PDT.