Emre Gençer joined the MIT Energy Initiative in September 2016. His research interests include efficient and integrated process design, as well as renewable energy conversion and optimization. Currently, he is working on a multi-level systems analysis of carbon capture, utilization, and storage technologies.
Emre holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University. He received both a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and B.Sc. in Mathematics from Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey.
The MIT Energy Initiative’s 2019 Spring Symposium investigates the resurgence of global interest in low-carbon hydrogen.
New carbon capture solvent is another stab at optimism in a stagnant industry
Ars Technica · February 19, 2019
MITEI research scientist Emre Gençer comments on the need for more work to be done in the carbon capture industry
Parametric modeling of life cycle greenhouse gas emissions from photovoltaic power
Ian Miller, Emre Gençer, Hilary Vogelbaum, Patrick Brown, Francis O'Sullivan
A General Model for Estimating Emissions from Integrated Power Generation and Energy Storage
Emre Gençer, Francis O'Sullivan