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Energy Fellows, 2019–2020

November 22, 2019    ·     MITEI

The Society of Energy Fellows at MIT welcomed 37 new members in fall 2019. Their fellowships were made possible through the generous support of five MITEI Member companies.

Chevron

Funmilola Asa
System Design and Management

Kayhan Babakan
System Design and Management

Brandon Baylor
System Design and Management

Katherine Brown
System Design and Management

Brian Heilbrun
System Design and Management

Brendan Horton
System Design and Management

Allison Johnson
System Design and Management

Mollie LeBlanc
System Design and Management

Benjamin Partington
System Design and Management

Michael Pickering
System Design and Management

Daniel Rahill
System Design and Management

James Ruckdaschel
System Design and Management

Vrindaa Somjit
Nuclear Science and Engineering

Michael Trevathan
System Design and Management

Caitlin Williams
System Design and Management

Oliver Wilson
System Design and Management

Fei Yang
System Design and Management

Commonwealth Fusion Systems

Erica Salazar
Nuclear Science and Engineering
Assignment in Plasma Science and Fusion Center

Eni S.p.A.

Benjamin Dacus
Nuclear Science and Engineering

Eric Fadel
Materials Science and Engineering

Sara Ferry, PhD
Nuclear Science and Engineering
Assignment in Plasma Science and Fusion Center

Francesca Freyria, PhD
Chemistry

Thaneer Narayanan
Materials Science and Engineering

Alex O’Brien
Nuclear Science and Engineering

Bora Ozaltun
Institute for Data, Systems, and Society
Assignment in Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research

Sean Robertson
Nuclear Science and Engineering

ExxonMobil

Francesco Benedetti, PhD
Chemical Engineering

Suzane Cavalcanti
Chemical Engineering

Sarah Khanniche, PhD
Chemical Engineering

Aliza Khurram
Mechanical Engineering

Laureen Meroueh
Mechanical Engineering

Justin Montgomery
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Alice Jia Li Song
Architecture

Max Vilgalys
Institute for Data, Systems, and Society

Kevin Ye
Materials Science and Engineering

Shell

Jack Lake
Mechanical Engineering

Ellen Lalk
Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences


This article appears in the issue of Energy Futures.


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