(co-PI) : DOE Office of Science – “Integrated Multisector, Multiscale Modeling (IM3): Phase 2”
Funding: $346,000
Years: 2021-2024
Collaborators: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (lead)

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(co-PI) : CNH2-L – “The coupledcoevolving roles of drought and electricity systems in humans’ exposure to air pollution.”
Funding: $310,000 (out of $1,600,000 total award)
Years: 2021-2024
Collaborators: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Utah

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(co-PI) : ARPA-E – “A Grid that’s Risk-Aware for Clean Electricity – GRACE.”
Funding: $350,000 (out of $2,437,000 total award)
Years: 2020-2023
Collaborators: Duke University (lead), Dartmouth College, Princeton University, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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(co-PI) : DOE Bioenergy Technologies Office – “Agent-based Modeling for the Multi-objective Optimization of Energy Production Pathways.”
Funding: $300,000 (out of $1,000,000 total award)
Years: 2020-2023
Collaborators: Colorado State University (lead)

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(co-PI) : Game‐Changing Research Incentive Program for Plant Sciences Initiative (GRIP4PSI). “Harnessing (bio-)electrochemical technologies as sustainable sources for on demand precision agriculture.”
Funding: $656,000 total award
Years: 2020-2023
Collaborators: Katharina Stapelmann (lead) and many others at NCSU

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(co-PI) : North Carolina Policy Collaboratory – “Assessing Operational Flooding Risks for Substations and the Wider North Carolina Power Grid.”
Funding: $60,000
Years: 2019-2020
Collaborators: UNC Chapel Hill

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(Collaborator) – DOE Water Power Technologies Office – “Value of flow forecasts to power system analytics.”
Funding: $75,000
Years: 2019-2020
Collaborators: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (lead); Idaho National Laboratory (lead); National Center for Atmospheric Research

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(Collaborator) : DOE Office of Science – “Integrated Multisector, Multiscale Modeling (IM3): Phase 1.”
Funding: $75,000
Years: 2019-2020
Collaborators: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (lead)

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(Collaborator) : NSF Innovations and the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems (INFEWS) – Track 1  “Scarcity Amid Abundance: Understanding Trade-offs in the Food-Energy-Water Nexus in the Willamette River Basin
Funding: $312,000 (out of $2,995,151 total award)
Years: 2017-2021
Collaborators: Oregon State University (lead), University of Oregon
Project website: http://infews.org/


(co-PI) : DOE Productivity Enhanced Algae and Tool-Kits (PEAK) – “A comprehensive strategy for stable, high productivity cultivation of microalgae with controllable biomass composition.”
Funding: $120,682 (out of $2,896,676 total award)
Years: 2017-2021
Collaborators: University of Toledo (lead), Montana State University


 

 

 

 

(co-PI) : NSF Innovations and the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems (INFEWS) – Track 2 “The sustainability-productivity tradeoff: Water supply vulnerabilities and adaptation opportunities in California’s coupled agricultural and energy sectors.”
Funding: $330,000 (out of $2,958,000 total award)
Years: 2017-2021
Collaborators: UNC Chapel Hill (lead), University of California, Davis; Cornell University
Project website: http://infews.web.unc.edu/