ENERGY COUNCIL & SCHOLARS

THE ENERGY COUNCIL

In 2015-16, the Illinois Energy Scholars formed an Energy Council to help coordinate the group and steer communication efforts. The Council members:

RIZWAN UDDIN (CHAIRMAN)

Professor and Head of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering

HANS BLASCHEK

Emeritus Professor of Food Science & Human Nutrition

EVAN H. DeLUCIA

Arends Professor Emeritus of Plant Biology

YING DIAO

Assistant Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

WILLIAM DICK

Executive Director of Computational Science & Engineering Program

BRUCE ELLIOTT-LITCHFIELD

Professor Emeritus of Agricultural & Biological Engineering

KEVIN O’BRIEN

Director of Illinois Sustainable Technology Center

 
NANDAKISHORE RAJAGOPALAN

Associate Director for Research at Illinois Sustainable Technology Center

ERIK SACKS

Associate Professor of Crop Sciences

PETER SAUER

Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering

ASHLYNN STILLWELL

Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

DONALD TAKEHARA

Assistant Director for Research at Grainger College of Engineering

K.C. TING

Professor and Head of Agricultural & Biological Engineering

SCOTT WILKIN

Directorate Lead at National Center for Supercomputing Applications

ILLINOIS ENERGY SCHOLARS BY AREA OF EXCELLENCE

As a premier research institution, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign features brilliant minds across its campus — from faculty in engineering, agriculture, physical sciences, social sciences, and more — to dedicated researchers working in energy topics at the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center and state scientific surveys.

This listing of Energy Scholars at Illinois shows the depth and breadth of energy research being done here, making the Urbana-Champaign campus an ideal partner for building strong, interdisciplinary research teams.

You can check out the full listing of Energy Scholars below — each with icons denoting their areas of research strength. Or to view scholars in a particular area, click on the icons in the key below.

Areas of Excellence

Production/Harvesting

Delivery

Storage

Demand/Conversion

Cross-Cutting Research Areas

Conservation/Efficiency

Chemistry

Environment/Sustainability

Cyber

Materials

Reliability/Risk/Resilience

Modeling/Simulation

Economics/Policy

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