Georgia Tech Knows Energy!

Kudos to these energy researchers! Their accomplishments are featured in multiple media outlets and publications. To learn more about Georgia Tech's energy research, visit the website for Research Horizons magazine. 


Assistant Professor Asegun Henry and Graduate Teaching Assistant Caleb Amy have authored a paper accepted in multiple publications about a molten metal pump that sets a record for high-temperature operation. The molten pump also qualified for entry into the Guinness Book of World Records

BBC Radio: Antibiotics and Farming, Molten Metal Pump, Acoustic Biodiversity, Athenia

MIT Technology Review: Ceramic Pump That Takes the Heat Promises Cheap, Efficient Grid Storage

Phys Org:  Ceramic Pump Moves Molten Metal at a Record 1,400 degrees Celsius 

Science Daily: Device Could Store Energy from Renewables

Graduate Research Assistant Akanksha Menon is first author of a paper on thermoelectric generators, specifically on circuitry patterns to minimize electrical resistance.
Georgia Tech Research Horizons: Novel Circuit Design Boosts Wearable Thermoelectric Generators

Assistant Professor Seung Woo Lee has published on a flexible paper-based supercapacitor.
Georgia Tech Research Horizons: Paper-Based Supercapacitor Uses Metal Nanoparticles to Boost Energy Density









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