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Welcome New Faculty & Staff

The EMS Energy Institute welcomes the following new members who have joined the Institute since our last publication. 

Danielle HarterDanielle Harter
Staff Assistant
EMS Energy Institute

Danielle Harter is the assistant to the director of the EMS Energy Institute. She schedules meetings, meeting rooms, conference calls, and catering. She also handles travel arrangements and reimbursements for the director as well as other faculty and students. In addition, Harter processes research supply and equipment orders, makes fleet vehicle reservations, distributes visitor parking permits, and orders office supplies. She is in charge of all gas cylinder ordering.

Anastasia ShcherbakovaAnastasia Shcherbakova
Assistant Professor
Energy Economics, Risk, and Policy

Dr. Anastasia Shcherbakova is an assistant professor in the John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering and she is a new affiliate in the EMS Energy Institute’s Energy Economics Program. Dr. Shcherbakova earned her Ph.D. in public policy at the University of Chicago, where her doctoral dissertation explored financial outcomes of energy sector regulation in high risk nations. Dr. Shcherbakova specializes in energy economics, regulation of oil, gas, and electricity markets, and firm and financial market risk.

Hui-mei YuHui-mei Yu
Visiting Scholar
EMS Energy Institute

Dr. Hui-Mei Yu is an associate professor at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SICCAS). She is currently a visiting scholar at the EMS Energy Institute. Dr. Yu’s research focuses on the application of thermal analysis-mass spectrometry coupling techniques for characterization of materials, such as coals, nanocarbons, high temperature carbon doxide sorbents, and TiO2/InN. Her specific research interests include the characterization of advanced inorganic materials by thermal analysis combined with mass spectrometry techniques, phase transition behavior of ceramics and thermal analysis kinetics studies, and carbon dioxide capture and separation. Dr. Yu has two patents and has published more than twenty journal articles.

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