Institute Fellowships Announced
Bradley Aaron Beeny, Department of Nuclear
Engineering, "Creation and Application of Computational Tools for
Nuclear Energy Systems Analysis"
Payman Dehghanian, Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering, "Reliable Implementation of Power System
Topology Control in Smart Electricity Grid"
Adolfo Escobedo-Pinto, Department of Industrial
and Systems Engineering, "Multi-Area Decentralized Load Shed
Recovery and Revenue-adequate Financial Transmission Rights for
Carla Green, Texas A&M School of Law, "Is
the Bakken Formation and Keystone Pipeline the Last Nail in the
Coffin? Implications of Lifting the Forty-Year-Old Export Ban Under
the Energy Policy and Conservation Act"
Kyung Jae Lee, Department of Petroleum
Engineering, "Rigorous Simulation Model for Oil Shale In-situ
Thomas Loder, Department of Geography, "Media
Coverage of Fracking-related Accidents and Support for
Unconventional Oil and Gas in North Dakota"
Walter Oosthuizen, Department of Biological and
Agricultural Engineering, "Electricity from Cotton Gin Trash Using
Fluidized Bed Gasification"
Brian Shreck, Department of Political Science,
"The Effects of Perceived Risk and Uncertainty on Policy
Preferences on Hydraulic Fracturing"
Trevor Terrill, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, "Improving Building Efficiency through Automation of
Building Energy Audits"
Yong Wang, Department of Soil and Crop
Sciences, "Effects of Nutrient and Tillage on Bioenergy Sorghum
Production and Soil Organic Carbon and Greenhouse Gas
More details to
Find an Expert! To find Texas A&M
researchers with expertise in particular energy areas, go to one of
the links above (Bioenergy, etc.). To view individual webpages,
click on the researcher's name.
Centers / Labs / Facilities: To learn more
about Texas A&M cross-cutting centers and institutes, click on
the link above. Centers, labs, and facilities associated with
energy research areas are also accessible.