I am an environmental engineer interested broadly in the connections between energy and the environment. Our group is particularly interested in exploring the ways in which we can reduce and/or reverse those man-made processes that are contributing to climate change. I'm also a dad to three kids, the son of Cuban immigrants, and enthusiastic about being outdoors (hiking, fly fishing, backpacking, or skiing).
Post Doctoral Fellow
I am an environmental and energy economist with expertise in international economics and open economy macroeconomics. I am a modeler of global climate policies in equilibrium modeling framework to investigate contemporary issues in the fields and I am currently assessing and modeling the Negative Emissions Technologies in integrated assessment models.
B. Engg. in Mechanical (1999), Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
I use both experimental and modeling tools to identify opportunities to reduce the environmental impact of emerging energy technologies with a particular focus on natural gas and renewable sources.
Super Hoo, integrated modeler, lover of AI, explorer
I am an experimentalist, focusing broadly on carbon sequestration techniques both deep underground and on Earth's surface. In my spare time, I enjoy being outdoors and building...pretty much anything.
Emma S. Stephens
Undergrad Research Assistant
I am an aspiring environmental engineer, currently assisting in the pursuit of decarbonizing cement. I have always been interested in learning about the environment, especially the ways in which we can adapt our society in a manner that will simultaneously preserve a symbiotic environment between people and the earth and a capacity for human innovation. Outside of research, I am a part of the ASCE and EGG (Engineers Going Global) exec teams and am otherwise running/boxing/reading/writing.
Anticipated B.S. in Civil Engineering w/ Minor in Materials Science & Engineering, 2021