Dr. Christina Chang currently serves as an ARPA-E Fellow. Her interests focus on new chemistry for sustainable manufacturing, including advanced materials, renewable fuels, and waste-to-resource technologies.
Dr. Katharine Greco currently serves as an ARPA-E Fellow. Her interests include the development and commercialization of energy storage technologies for a green grid.
Dr. Richard O'Neill currently serves as a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy (ARPA-E).
Dr. Ian A. Robinson currently serves as an ARPA-E fellow. His interests include negative emissions technologies, direct air capture to produce synfuels, fuel cells, electrolyzers, high-energy abundant battery materials, and decarbonization technologies for materials processing.
Dr. Jake Russell currently serves as an ARPA-E Fellow. His interests include the development of materials for improved electrical transport, thermal conversion and storage, and reduced mechanical losses, as well as techniques to enhance maritime fuel efficiency.
Dr. Elizabeth Shoenfelt Troein currently serves as an ARPA-E fellow. Her interests include advancing Negative Emissions Technologies, including accelerated geomineralization, direct carbon capture, and others.
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.