Klaus S. Lackner

Research

Lackner Research Interest

Dr. Lackner’s principal fields of interest include: Carbon management; alternative fuels and energy management; fluid mechanics and transport processes; applied physics. The specific on-going research efforts of Lackner's group range from the development of a new technology to capture carbon from the air to the investigation of an approach to energy production and conversion that favors smaller units that are mass-produced, modular, and controlled in aggregate by cheap automation and control systems.

Openings

GRA positions available

News

April 2009 Lackner gives an invited seminar at the Regional Meeting of the National Academy of Engineering

February 2009 Lackner gives an invited seminar for the Chemistry Department Colloquium

February 2009 Lackner is invited as a speaker for the Columbia Climate Center panel discussion event for Focus the Nation

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