March 18, 2013 17:14 by Alice
New Position for a Post Doc Scientist now advertised from the Power Generation Research Group at the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research.
March 1, 2013 16:11 by Alice
The 2013 BAE Mid-West Regional Rally - attended by various BAE student branches from such states as Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin and others - toured the UK CAER facilities and met with research scientists on March 1, 2013. They spoke with Rodney Andrews, UK CAER Director and then toured the new CAER Lab #2 Renewables Building. They spoke with scientists from the Biofuels research area as well as a tour of the CAER Greenhouse. They also toured the Minerals Processing and Carbon SpinLine Buildings and finished with a tour of the Power Generation lab.
The Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Mid-West Rally is held each year in a different state to promote networking by holding meetings and tours to allow the students to learn about various engineering-related activities in the host state. UK BAE Professor, Dr. Czarena Crofcheck, organized the tour.
January 2, 2013 16:12 by Alice
University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research seeks a Postdoctoral Scholar that will design, fabricate, and evaluate electrochemical cells at elevated temperatures. Specific focus will be placed on the development of molten salt electrolysis cells for thermal energy generation.
January 2013 - Electrochemistry PostDoc Position Available
The capabilities of the Engineered Fuels Group have recently expanded with the receipt of Komarek B-220 briquetter and 9 ft3 ribbon-paddle blender manufactured by Scott equipment. The briquetter and blender combination significantly increases the CAER’s ability to provide services for our industrial partners by producing briquetted fuels in quantities sufficient for combustion tests. To learn more about these capabilities, contact Dr. Darrell Taulbee at 859-257-0238; email@example.com
September 20, 2012 10:54 by Alice
The University of Kentucky, Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) anticipates adding a post-doctoral engineering/scientist position in the carbon capture/sequestration and energy areas. The new position will be involved in studies related to electrochemical applications for the treatment of displaced brine originating from CO2 sequestration sites.