An Interview with C3E Ambassador Karen Butler-Purry
Earlier this year, C3E Ambassador Karen Butler-Purry, the Associate Provost for Graduate and Professional Studies and a Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, responded to some questions about advancing women’s leadership in clean energy, her role models, building the next generation of women in clean energy, and more.
Han: Microalgae Domestication
Dr. Arum Han, an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, together with Dr. Timothy Devarenne, an associate professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, is working to develop an algal domestication program – a true paradigm shift in the biofuels area.
Next-Generation Energy Expert: The Scientist-Scholar-Lawyer
A Profile of the Next-Generation Energy Expert: The Scientist-Scholar-Lawyer. Brett A. Miller, a 2015-16 ConocoPhillips Energy Institute Fellow in the Texas A&M Energy Institute and a 2016 graduate of the Texas A&M Law School, recently began working as a law clerk at the Texas Oil & Gas Association (TXOGA) in Austin.
Energy Matters: The Inaugural Issue
The Texas A&M Energy Institute’s inaugural issue of Energy Matters is now available. This publication features 10 proposals that were selected for funding under the Texas A&M Energy Institute’s First Proposal Call in January 2015.
Wilhite: Computer-Aided Design and Discovery of Energy Materials
Dr. B.A. Wilhite, an associate professor in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, along with Dr. Tahir Cagin, a professor in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering, are working to demonstrate that ab initio materials simulations are capable of providing an understanding of the chemistry, structure, and properties relationships for electroceramics.