We research and develop higher-performance and lower-cost materials and devices for energy generation, storage and conversion. Our target industries are electric vehicles, microgrids, photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, wearable power devices, and more.
UC San Diego’s world-renowned microgrid serves as a real-world test-bed for our work, which is rooted in thoughtful analyses of the economics of distributed energy.
At every point along the way, we train and mentor our students to become tomorrow’s workforce for green and advanced energy.
February 8, 2017
0 0 1 47 271 UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering 2 1 317 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE UC San Diego professors from a wide range of industry-focused research centers will discuss advances in contextual robotics, human-machine interaction, secure IoT, and combined engineering and policy initiatives to fully decarbonize the global economy at Research Expo on April 20, 2017. Full Story
February 2, 2017
Battery experts including UC San Diego Nanoengineering professor Shirley Meng explain the needs and challenges for better batteries in new NOVA program. Full Story