Murdoch Leading New Project to Improve Enhanced Geothermal Energy

A team of researchers led by EEES Professor Larry Murdoch was recently awarded $4M by the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for a project entitled A Strain Sensing Array to Characterize Deformation at the FORGE Site.  The goal of the project is to evaluate the use of strain data […]

Clemson Team Awarded PIRE Grant from the National Science Foundation

A team of researchers led by EEES Associate Professor David Ladner has been awarded a $1.5M grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a project entitled Climate-Resilient Sustainable Food Production: Controlled Environment Hydroponic Agriculture with Novel Wastewater Treatment & Reuse.  This grant is the first ever received by Clemson faculty from NSF’s Partnerships for […]

Gleasman Wins Grant from the Geological Society of America

Gavin Gleasman, a doctoral student working with Dr. Kelly Lazar, was awarded a research grant from the Southeastern section of the Geological Society of America (GSA).  According to Blair R. Tormey, Secretary/ Treasurer – Southeast Section, GSA, the selection committee received “. . . numerous meritorious proposals and limited funds made for a very competitive […]

Bahamon Pinzon Developing Low-cost, High-tech Sensors to Detect Pesticides

Environmental contamination by pesticides is a worldwide problem.  This is especially the case in developing countries where resources are often lacking for monitoring the levels of contamination using high-tech lab instrumentation.  That’s where EEES Ph.D. candidate David Bahamon‑Pinzon comes in.  Bahamon‑Pinzon’s research is focused on developing low cost facile electrochemical sensors for amperometric determination of […]