Energy Technologies

Research in energy technologies is crucial to the future stability of human society. Dartmouth engineering faculty and students synthesize ideas and expertise from biochemical and chemical, electrical, and materials engineering as well as physics, chemistry, and microbiology.

Faculty in energy technologies

Core engineering faculty conducting research in energy-related fields include:

Current research projects

You can browse or search current research projects involving energy technologies. Or enjoy this feature from Dartmouth Engineer magazine:

Power Players

Professors Charles Sullivan and Jason Stauth are brightening the future of solar energy.

By Kathryn LoConte Lapierre

In this video, Professor Lee Lynd, winner of the inaugural Lemelson-MIT Award for Sustainability, discusses his life's work on the production of energy from plant biomass:

Here, Professor Brenden Epps discusses his research in wind and hydrokinetic energy extraction and marine propulsion:

Professor Ian Baker discusses how his research on the properties and behavior of materials can lead to advances that help power plants operate much more efficiently.

See more faculty & research videos.