A strategic research area for the Russ College, the field of energy and the environment is a primary global concern, especially within the context of mega-trends such as population growth, climate change, and urbanization. ISEE students, faculty, and staff are developing applied, economically viable solutions for partners in industry, government, and academia.
Led by Russ Professor and ISEE Director Jason Trembly, ISEE offers capabilities including:
- Applied research and development of advanced materials
- Support for advanced manufacturing research and development
- Environmental remediation on multiple fronts
- Development of alternative and renewable energy systems
- Techno-Economic Analyses
- Process Modeling
Our partners recognize our key competencies and have supported our work to develop innovative technologies in the following areas:
- Advanced Material and Energy
- Air Quality Assessment and Monitoring
- Electrochemical Engineering
- Environmental Remediation
Publications and Patents
Our researchers have numerous publications of findings in professional journals and several patents for processes and apparatuses. Visit each page to see a complete list.
Conferences + Workshops
Part of our goal as a research center is to share our results with colleagues in industry and academia, as well as the general public. Through attendance and presentation at conferences such as the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Electrochemical Society, Materials Research Society and American Chemical Society, we contribute to understanding how sustainable, environmentally responsible energy supports the common good in a global perspective.
Student Research Opportunities
Undergraduate students get hands-on experience with research and project support within our research institute, while graduate students in chemical and mechanical engineering contribute to developing the next generation of sustainable energy technology.
For more info on student research opportunities, contact Director Jason Trembly at 740.331.4921.