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Sustainability Research Networking Lunch and TomKat Graduate Fellowship Info Session

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Connect with other students performing research in sustainability….

Identify opportunities for collaboration…..

Learn about the fellowships….

These competitive fellowships support Stanford doctoral students performing translational research for sustainable energy or other sustainability challenges. They are meant to support advanced doctoral students (third year and beyond) to pursue innovative research projects beyond the proof-of-concept stage toward impactful applications and provide two years of stipend, tuition, and research funding.

2024 applications are open

Concept papers and faculty advisor endorsements are due: March 1, 2024

Attend the networking lunch to meet the current TomKat Graduate Fellows and other graduate students to hear about the sustainability research being performed at Stanford by your peers.


Date: Feb 8, 2024

Time:  12pm

Location: Shriram Tea Room

RSVP so we have a count for lunch


Featured Researchers:

Thomas Colburn
PhD candidate, Materials Science and Engineering

Scalable synthesis with rapid curing for thin-film battery electrolytes
Research Lab: Reinhold Dauskardt

Lauren Gillespie
PhD candidate, Computer Science

Monitoring the Sustainability and Resilience of California’s Ecosystems From Space
Research Lab: Moises Exposito-Alonso

Amalya Johnson
PhD candidate, Materials Science and Engineering

Scalable Morphology Engineering of 2D Materials for Thermoelectric Applications
Research Lab: Fang Liu

Dolly Qing Mantle
PhD candidate, Mechanical Engineering
Electrified Limestone Calcination Reactor
Research Lab: Jon Fan

Daniela Marin
PhD candidate, Chemical Engineering

Intermittent Operation of Bipolar Membrane Electrolyzers for Green Hydrogen Generation from Impure Water
Research Lab: Thomas Jaramillo

Jarod Meyer
PhD candidate, Materials Science and Engineering

Mid-infrared LEDs for low-cost and ubiquitous environmental monitoring
Research Lab: Kunal Mukherjee

Jenny Skerker
PhD candidate, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Decision-Support Innovation for Affordable and Sustainable Water Supply Planning
Research Lab: Sarah Fletcher

Thomas Teisberg
PhD candidate, Civil and Electrical Engineering

Reducing uncertainty in sea level rise predictions with UAV-based temporal ice shelf monitoring
Research Lab: Dustin Schroeder

Qianying Wu
PhD candidate, Mechanical Engineering
Development of Synergistic Evaporative Cooling and Water Harvesting/Recycling Technologies for Energy Efficient and Sustainable Operation of Data Centers
Research Lab: Ken Goodson

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