DegreeEnvironmental Sciences '16
I joined this team because I’m hoping to work in energy policy. My group started studying advanced materials and applications in the energy field and then we decided to focus on hydrogen, which is not an advanced material. There’s a big gaping hole in the storage sector for energy; we need a storage device for renewables. We’re focusing on steam reformation of methane to supply energy to the grid. All of us are doing all the work together.
Finding the right problem that we thought we could tackle, coming up with solutions and working together to brainstorm all the different pathways and solutions is one of the biggest learning experiences I had at Duke.