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NEWS for November 2017
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Annual Meeting

Professors, researchers, students, and industry leaders came together on November 10 to hear the latest in energy and environmental technologies and solutions at the Annual Meeting for the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment  and Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership at Princeton University

Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund (pictured), gave the keynote address titled “Three Reasons for Hope in the Fight to Solve Climate Change.” Read more on the event here.

People Spotlight: Lindsey Conlan ’18 


Lindsey Conlan ’18 is a senior majoring in civil and environmental engineering who spent her summer researching ways to recycle the gravel used in concrete. The Peter B. Lewis Fund for Student Innovation in Energy and the Environment and the Dede T. Bartlett P03 Fund for Student Research in Energy and the Environment, which are administered by the Andlinger Center, funded her summer internship project along with five other students’ projects. Watch a video and read an article about her research here.

Effects of climate change demand holistic adaptation response

Princeton hosted a day-long workshop on climate adaptation that drew 37 academics, researchers, architects, economists, and industry consultants to the Andlinger Center on October 27.

At the conference, presenters shared the latest research on climate change’s global impact, such as tropical cyclones, heat waves in cities, and melting polar ice caps. Speakers also presented ideas on adapting infrastructure for present and future dangers for coastal regions to cities and other communities, and brainstormed how Princeton can amplify its existing resources on campus to better serve stakeholders and students. Read more here.

Call for proposals for innovative research in energy and the environment

The Andlinger Center is pleased to announce a call for proposals. The goal of this call is to encourage research that will develop solutions for our energy and environmental future. The deadline for written proposals is Friday, March 16, 2018. Selected proposals can start as early as Summer 2018.

This call is being issued five months in advance of the deadline to allow time for team assembly and thoughtful proposal development. The Andlinger Center staff is available to help coordinate bringing your team together with assistance in scheduling meetings and facilitating communication.
For more information and to apply, read more here.

Faculty position open

The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment seeks a tenured, distinguished full or associate professor to provide leadership in the area of sustainable energy technology development. Specific research areas of interest include long-term energy storage, smart and resilient cities, and energy-water nexus, with an emphasis on systems-level expertise. 
More information about the position can be found here.

Highlight Seminar Series and other events

November 29, 2017
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering’s Departmental Seminar 
Y. Shirley Meng, University of California, San Diego
From Atom to Microgrid: New Perspectives for Electrochemical Energy Storage

December 14, 2017
Seth Darling, Argonne National Laboratory’s Center for Nanoscale Materials
Development of adsorbates for remediating oil spills and enhanced oil recovery

February 22, 2018
Robbie Diamond, Securing America’s Future Energy
Autonomous vehicles 

March 15, 2018
Matthew Posewitz, Colorado School of Mines
Micro-algae cultivation for bioenergy technologies

April 19, 2018
Paul Langan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Role of neutrons in energy technologies and sustainability

May 17, 2018
Steven Koonin, New York University
Smart cities and urban resilience

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