Dr. Emily Yedinak
Dr. Emily Yedinak currently serves as an ARPA-E Fellow. Her interests include employing life cycle analyses to better capture the environmental impact of clean energy innovations, supply chain management as it relates to materials required in green energy technology, and hydrogen production and storage.
Dr. Yedinak graduated in 2013 from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a B.S. in Chemistry. In 2014, she was a Fulbright student finalist conducting research on CNT and electroceramic composite electrochemical sensors. In 2020, she completed her PhD studies in Materials Science and Nanoengineering at Rice University where her work was primarily associated with designing and scaling reactors for carbon nanotube production, particularly from methane pyrolysis.