Welcome to the Computational Energy Laboratory (CEL)!
The Computational Energy Laboratory (CEL) uses multi-physics computational methods to investigate alternative and advanced
energy technologies. Our research focuses on developing computational models of the reactive transport, fluid mechanics, heat
transfer and electrochemistry to investigate the design and operation of energy related systems, such as high temperature fuel cells,
advanced battery technologies, subsurface transport and post combustion carbon capture. Central to the research in CEL is reactive
transport in porous media which is critical to many energy-related technologies and their operation and degradation.
We are always looking for good graduate students. If you are interested in working in the CEL please contact Dr. Ryan (ryanem AT bu
October 2012 - Dr. Ryan presented on the validation and uncertainty analysis of computational fluid dynamics modeling for the CCSI.
July 2012 - Dr. Ryan presented on computational fluid dynamics modeling of post combustion carbon capture modeling at the ASME
Summer Fluids Engineering Conference in Puerto Rico.
June 2012 - Dr. Ryan presented on transport modeling of Li-Air batteries at the Electrochemical Society Meeting in Seattle, WA.
June 2012 - Dr. Ryan presented on validation and uncertainty analysis of post combustion carbon capture systems at the ASME
Validation and Verification Symposium in Las Vegas, NV.
June 2012 - Dr. Ryan presented on computational fluid dynamics modeling at the Carbon Capture, Utilization and Sequestration
conference in Pittsburgh, PA.
June 2012 - William Lane, Ben Schrage and Jinwang Tan join the CEL.
May 2012 - Junyue Li joins the CEL.
January 2012 - Dr. Ryan joins the Mechanical Engineering faculty at Boston University.