UK CAER Current News

The Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) is one of the University of Kentucky's multidisciplinary research centers. Its energy research provides a focal point for environmental, renewable and fossil fuels research in Kentucky.

Andrews Named 'Friend of College' of Design

clock October 22, 2012 09:12 by author Marybeth McAlister

The UK College of Design recently named @UKCAER Director Rodney Andrews this year's "Friend of the College." The award is given to someone who has partnered with the College to bring recognition and success.

Through his work at CAER, he has been instrumental in reviewing and promoting projects like the Houseboat for Energy Efficient Residences (HBEER), The Rivers Cities Project, The Paducah Studio, and the 5th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam.



Distinguished Japanese Scientists Tour CAER

clock October 15, 2012 14:17 by author Marybeth McAlister

CAER was visited by international academics recently. Professors from Akita University and Kyoto University saw the breadth of our research and discussed coal liquefaction with the lab's experts.



Power UP Kentucky Web Site is on UKNOW News

clock October 8, 2012 16:27 by author Alice

"Power UP" Provides Resources to Kentucky Teachers and Students - from UKNOW: The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) and the UK Center for Visualization and Virtual Environments (Vis Center) have worked together to develop an iPad app and website dedicated to energy education called "Power UP." The app and website are specifically designed for high school teachers throughout the Commonwealth to use in their curriculum, as well as to serve as a resource for students who want to learn more about energy usage.

 



UK's SEAM Students Learn about CAER

clock September 27, 2012 11:33 by author Marybeth McAlister

The SEAM program brings together undergraduate business and engineering students to participate in an integrated program in which students learn from both disciplines. These scholars are eligible to enroll in specially-designed courses that expand their professional horizons by working in cross-functional teams with other high achievement-oriented students. A group of these students met with Director Rodney Andrews, learned about algae use for CO2 reduction, and toured the new renewable fuel and energy storage building yesterday.