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PfFP Lecture 12: Chain Reactions, Nuclear Reactors and Atomic Bombs II
14 Apr 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Jerry M. Woodall
PfFP Lecture 13: Chain Reactions, Nuclear Reactors and Atomic Bombs III
10 Mar 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Jerry M. Woodall
PfFP Lecture 1: Energy and Power I
26 Jan 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Jerry M. Woodall
PfFP Lecture 2: Energy and Power II
PfFP Lecture 3: Energy and Power III
Innovations and a Sustainable Energy Future
29 Dec 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Arunava Majumdar
Keynote speech for the 2010 Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW) National Conference.
Energy Innovations in the 21st Century: Role of ARPA-E
13 Oct 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Arunava Majumdar
We are living through a Sputnik moment in our nation’s history, where we have witnessed multiple wake up calls with regards to the need for innovating in energy technologies. ARPA-E was created to address this need by investing in high-risk/high-impact projects, with a mission to: (i) reduce...
Transformative Power Semiconductor Technologies to Impact 21st Century Energy Economy, and Space and Defense Electronics
22 Sep 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Krishna Shenai
This talk will focus on advanced power semiconductor materials, devices, circuits and systems that are needed in order to address this daunting challenge. Specifically we will discuss emerging silicon and wide bandgap materials and power devices, heterogeneous chip-scale power integration,...
Introductory Seminars on What is Nanotechnology?
06 Apr 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Joseph M. Cychosz (editor)
A collection of presentations which answer an aspect of the question "What is nano?"
Nano*High: From Atoms to Electricity: An Introduction to Nuclear Power, Its Promise and Challenge
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02 Feb 2010 | | Contributor(s):: Brian D. Wirth
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Nano*High. Professor Brian Wirth from the UC Berkeley Dept. of Nuclear Engineering presents the basics of nuclear science, and discusses the technological challenges involved in generating nuclear power and dealing safely with the by-products.
Liquid Transportation Fuels from Coal and Biomass
01 Dec 2009 | | Contributor(s):: Michael R. Ladisch
Report on the National Academies’ America’s Energy Future Study 2009.
Pioneers in Energy Seminar Series
01 Dec 2009 |
This Purdue University, West Lafayette campus speaker series supports lectures & visits by leaders in the field of energy research with the goal of increasing understanding of specific energy challenges and building a stronger Purdue energy research community.
Sustainable Energy Solutions for a Limited Fossil Fuel Future
01 Dec 2009 | | Contributor(s):: Rakesh Agrawal
Rakesh Agrawal is a member and participated in the National Academy of Engineering Study on "Electricity from Renwable Resources." His lecture will be based on his independent work in the area of sustainable solutions.
Renewable Solar Energy: Has the Sun Finally Risen on Photovoltaics?
10 Apr 2009 | | Contributor(s):: Mark R. Pinto
After a review of the overall renewable energy landscape,including the central role of economics, we present here the case thatPV is on the verge of becoming a major source of electrical powerthrough a principle similar to that which underlies the 50 year progressof IC technology - the reduction...
Aluminum: a safe, economical, high energy density material for energy storage, transport and splitting water to make hydrogen on demand
30 Mar 2009 | | Contributor(s):: Jerry M. Woodall
In 1968, a team lead by the author discovered that liquid gallium saturated with aluminum at room temperature would split water into hydrogen gas, alumina and heat. More recently his current team has discovered that bulk, solid Al rich alloys will also split water in the same manner. Since 1)...
Energy and Nanoscience A More Perfect Union
29 Mar 2009 | | Contributor(s):: Mark Ratner
Huge problems of energy and sustainability confront the science/engineering community, mankind, and our planet. The energy problem comes in many dimensions, including supply, demand, conservation, transportation, and storage. This overview will stress the nature of these problems, and offer a...
How Chemical Engineers Will Save the World
26 Mar 2009 | | Contributor(s):: William F. Banholzer
The world is facing massive challenges brought on by population growth, economic meltdowns, and environmental constraints. Scientific solutions are needed now more than ever. In this seminar, an overview of certain mega trends is presented – emphasizing how the skills possessed by chemical...
Affordable Clean Energy: Challenges and Opportunities
20 Oct 2008 | | Contributor(s):: Hukam C. Mongia
The technical presentation is built around the August 9th 2008 ABC News/Planet Green/Stanford Poll on Environment/Energy in which the majority of the people polled expressed support for the following ideas: increase fuel efficiency standards, allowing drilling offshore, people and businesses are...
Lecture 24: The 4 Molecules of life
29 Apr 2008 | | Contributor(s):: Paul R Selvin
Atoms, Molecules, Macromolecules, you!Amino Acids, Sugars used as signals, Fatty Acids/Lipids
The Helios Talks
25 Sep 2007 | | Contributor(s):: Joe Ringgenberg, Jeffrey B. Neaton, Jeffrey C Grossman
The energy problem is one of the most important issues that science and technology has to solve.The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Helios Project concentrates on renewable fuels, such as biofuels, and solar technologies, including a new generation of solar photovoltaic cells and the...