Creating Sustainable Cities and Responsible Energy Sources
We are working to create a more sustainable world by inventing new materials and systems for sustainable energy generation and designing more efficient building materials.
Research Faculty Creating Sustainable Cities & Responsible Energy Sources
Omar B. Milligan Chair in Petroleum Engineering and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Martin A Gundersen
Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering - Electrophysics
Andrea Maria Hodge
Arthur B. Freeman Professor and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
N.I.O.C Fellow and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Civil and Environmental Engineering
Jay H. Lee
Choong Hoon Cho Chair and Professor of Chemical and Materials Science and of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Steve R. Nutt
M.C. Gill Chair in Composite Materials and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Philip and Cayley MacDonald Endowed Early Career Chair and Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering
N.I.O.C. Chair in Petroleum Engineering and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Chemistry
University Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Theo T Tsotsis
Robert E. Vivian Chair in Energy Resources and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Yannis C Yortsos
Zohrab A. Kaprielian Dean’s Chair in Engineering and Chester Dolley Professor of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
Saving Clean Drinking Water…With Math!
USC Viterbi researchers develop innovative new method to analyze how shifts in the earth affect drinking water supply
“The Horse Whisperer of Oil and Gas”
In late 2019, Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed alumnus Uduak-Joe Ntuk as California’s oil and gas supervisor.
Transforming Oil Wells into Batteries for the Sun and Wind
USC Viterbi researchers want to convert idle oil and gas wells into much-needed storage for sustainable energy, making California’s blackouts a thing of the past.
New Nanoparticle Can Turn Carbon Emissions Into Fuel, Sustainably
USC Viterbi researchers partner with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory on technology to convert CO2 to hydrocarbon fuels and usable materials.
Published on October 18th, 2021
Last updated on August 11th, 2023