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Frontiers in Energy Research: Spring 2021
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Research Highlights
  • Nicole Avakyan

    “You make decisions, and then you try to make the most of them,” says Prof. Lilo Pozzo. From one decision to another, Pozzo has fed her insatiable curiosity to build a multifaceted research career at the University of Washington’s Department of Chemical Engineering.

  • Timothy Goetjen

    The biggest challenges in the scientific community may seem daunting to tackle, but as The Beatles famously said, “I get by with a little help from my friends!” When scientists see immense challenges, they do not attempt to solve them alone. Like climbing Mt. Everest, most scientific problems are best addressed with a team of experts who know what they are doing.

Nancy M. Washton and Jeffrey G. Holmes, Co-editors-in-Chief


Editorial Board

  • Hassnain Asgar, Mutli-Scale Fluid-Solid Interactions Architected and Natural Materials (MUSE)
  • Nicole Avakyan, Center for the Science of Synthesis Across Scales (CSSAS)
  • Matthew S. Christian, Center for Hierarchical Waste form Materials (CHWM)
  • Audra DeStefano, Center for Materials for Water and Energy Systems (M-WET)
  • Tim Goetjen, Inorganometallic Catalyst Design Center (ICDC)
  • Yongtao Liu, Center for 3D Ferroelectric Microelectronics (3DFeM)
  • Nicholas Marcella, Integrated Mesoscale Architecture for Sustainable Catalysis (IMASC)
  • Daniel Robertson, Synthetic Control Across Length-scales for Advancing Rechargeables (SCALAR)
  • Sintu Rongpipi, Center for Lignocellulose Structure and Formation (CLSF)
  • Haley Williams, Fundamental Understanding of Transport Under Reactor Extremes (FUTURE)
  • Guomin Zhu, Center for the Science of Synthesis Across Scales (CSSAS)
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