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Parag Deotare is quoted discussing “exciton surfing” research, which led to findings that could cool down computers significantly, enabling faster speeds and higher efficiencies, and potentially make LEDs and solar panels more efficient. Deotare is an assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
In 2011, Steve Skerlos predicted that a loophole that allowed auto manufacturers to build larger vehicles would have an unintended consequences: More large cars will lead to worse pollution. A decade later, his prediction lines up with climate data. Skerlos is an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, professor of mechanical engineering, professor of civil and environmental engineering and director academic program, socially engaged design.
Gregory Keoleian was part of a research team looking into the role of pickup truck electrification in the decarbonization of light-duty vehicles. Keoliean is the Peter M. Wege Endowed Professor of Sustainable Systems and professor of civil and environmental engineering.