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Previous Energy Talks
Membrane Processes at The Water-Energy Nexus: Does Energy Efficiency Imply Optimal Cost?
Vicky Karanikola, PhD
Asst. Prof., Chemical & Environmental Engineering
Using Renewable Energy for Greener Food Production Systems
Jose Luis Ruiz Duarte, PhD Cand.
Systems & Industrial Engineering
Fully Relying on Solar Energy to Meet Every Day, Year-Round Energy Demands. A Study of How to Achieve It
Peiwen "Perry" Li, PhD
Department Head, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Climate-Positive Buildings: What's Next?
Jonathan Bean, PhD
Asst. Prof. of Architecture, Sustainable Built Environments, and Marketing, CAPLA
Advancing Equity in Tucson With Net-Zero SunBlock Neighborhoods
Tim Kilpatrick & Alec Kelly-Jones
Master's of Architecture students
Printing Our Energy Future: Sunlight Into Electricity and Fuel
Erin Ratcliff, PhD
Asst. Prof. of Materials Science and Engineering
Director, Laboratory for Interface Science of Printable Electric Materials
Big Machines and Big Science: Peering into the Atomic World of the Next Solar Cells
James Stanfill, PhD Cand.
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Quantum What? The Next Revolution in Electronics
Oliver Monti, PhD
Asst. Prof., College of Science
Energizing Controlled Environment Agriculture
Rebekah Waller, MS Cand.
The Exciting History of Photovoltaics
Neal R. Armstrong, PhD
IES Interim Director Associate Vice President
Research Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Professor, Optical Sciences
Microbial Adaptations for Arid Regions and Middle Schoolers
Ashton Leo, MS Cand.
The Science of Low Energy Water Purification
Andrea Achilli, PhD, PE
Asst. Prof., Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering, Water and Energy Sustainable Technology Center, The Science of Low Energy Water Purification
Finding New Fuels Using Math
Spencer Lunderman, PhD Cand.
Solar Energy + Agriculture: Co-Locating for a Sustainable Future
Greg Barron-Gafford, PhD
Asst. Prof. in School of Geography and Development, and Biosphere 2
Solar Energy Forecasting: Two Sources Are Better Than One
Travis Harty, PhD Cand.
Guayule Fuels the Future
Blase Evancho, PhD Cand.
The School of Plant Science
Super Concentrating Solar Cells
Liliana Ruiz Diaz, PhD Cand.
College of Optical Sciences