Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2009-2011 PhD Experimental Physics, University of Chicago, 2008 Current Position: Assistant Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, MIT
Rafael Jaramillo is a solid state physicist who feels an imperative to work to develop sources of energy for our economy that are sufficient, safe, and renewable. As a physicist with an engineering background he also has deep interests in the science that it will take to achieve this goal.
HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2019 PhD Engineering Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Institute for Data Systems and Society Current Position: Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University
Jesse Jenkins harnesses optimization methods and empirical data to improve planning, operations, regulation, and policy in the rapidly evolving electricity sector. He focuses in particular on two important trends: the transition to zero-carbon power systems and the proliferation of distributed energy resources.... Read more about Jesse Jenkins
Alex Johnson is a physicist who will use his experimental and theoretical skills to design, build, and test a new generation of fuel cells that might be used to power portable electronics or cars.... Read more about Alex Johnson
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2009-2011 PhD History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennyslvania, 2009 Current Position: Assistant Director of Graduates Studies and Associate Professor, History, Arizona State University