Re-Imagining Energy: Catching Carbon

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Possibilities for capturing, storing, and using carbon dioxide instead of releasing it into the atmosphere

As the land-grant university for the energy-rich state of Pennsylvania, it isn’t surprising that Penn State counts among its core strengths a broad and deep expertise in energy-related research. Today, in areas from materials science to policy, from environmental chemistry to architectural and electrical engineering, the range and quality of our research make Penn State a world leader in energy research.

Zhu recognized by Society of Exploration Geophysicists with Karcher Award

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

By: Gabrielle Stewart, republished from Penn State News

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Tieyuan Zhu, assistant professor of geophysics in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences (EMS) at Penn State, has been awarded the 2018 J. Clarence Karcher Award by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). He was recognized at the society’s annual meeting, which was held Oct. 14-19, in Anaheim, California.

Visiting speaker discusses energy-efficient chemical processing

Friday, October 26, 2018

Dr. Mashahiko Matsukata outlined his recent research on the development of catalyst for alkane dehydrogenation, membranes and membrane reactors using zeolites during a guest seminar at the Energy Institute. Dr. Matsukata, a professor in the department of applied chemistry at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, touched on how zeolites can be used for a catalytic and separation process to mitigate global energy and environmental issues.

Penn State to host conference focused on geomodeling food, energy, water nexus

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

For the first time in 10 years, the Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG) will be hosted in the United States. Penn State will host the 20th annual conference August 10-16, 2019 on the University Park campus. The conference will include such topics as geomathematics, geostatistics, geoinformatics and geomodeling, with a special focus on geomodeling issues at the intersection of food, water and energy. 

Pisupati elected a 2018 American Chemical Society Fellow

Thursday, October 11, 2018

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Sarma Pisupati, professor of energy and mineral engineering in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences (EMS) at Penn State, was elected a 2018 Fellow by the American Chemical Society (ACS). Pisupati was one of 51 scientists selected as part of the 2018 class of ACS Fellows. He was honored during the society’s fall national meeting held this past August in Boston.

Three selected as Administrative Fellows for 2018-19

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Story shared from Penn State News

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Administrative Fellows Program offers Penn State faculty and staff the opportunity to work with senior University officers to gain knowledge and experiences pertaining to the challenges of leadership in the academic community.

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