Dr. Emily Ryan
Dr. Ryan is the head of the CEL in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Boston University. Her research focuses on the development of meso-scale, device-scale and multi-scale models for energy systems.
Bailey is the lab mascot and is passionate about sustainable energy and hot dogs.
William received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick. Currently working as a Research Assistant in the CEL, William entered the Ph.D. program in Mechanical Engineering at Boston University in the Fall of 2012. His research focuses on multi-scale and multi-physics modeling of post combustion carbon capture systems, and the validation and uncertainty analysis of these models.
Benjamin Aaron Schrage
Ben received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Indiana University, with a minor in music. Currently he is a masters student in mechanical engineering and is working as a Research Assistant at the CEL. His research is on macro-scale modeling of the electrochemical performance of solid oxide fuel cells.
Jinwang is a Ph.D. student in mechanical engineering at Boston University. His research focuses on developing transport models of Li-air batteries to investigate the operation and degradation of advanced battery technologies.
Kelsey recieved her B.S. in physics from BU in May 2013. While an senior at BU she worked on computational modeling of the heat transfer in a bubbling fluidized bed. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in mechanical engineering at Colorado State University.
Luis Barroso Luque
Luis is a junior in mechincal engineering at BU. He is investigating fuel cells and alternative energy systems with CEL.
Adit worked in the CEL during the summer of 2012 as part of BU's RISE program for high school students. He investigated the effects of pore geometry on the capacity of Li-air batteries. He is currently pursuing a degree in electrical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University.