Argonne National Laboratory

Experts Guide

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David Streets

David Streets specializes in the impact of human activities, including generation and use of energy and toxic chemicals like mercury, on the atmospheric environment.

February 22, 2012
Paul Hewett

Emergency preparedness expert Paul Hewett is the deputy director of the Center for Integrated Emergency Preparedness at Argonne National Laboratory.

February 23, 2012
Michael Samsa

A decision scientist, Samsa develops emergency planning and risk management tools, such as emergency vaccination models and infrastructure protection.

February 23, 2012
Khalil Amine

An expert on lithium batteries, Khalil Amine is the most cited scientist in the world in the field of battery technology from 1998-2008.

February 23, 2012
Ali Erdemir

Ali Erdemir is an Argonne Distinguished Fellow and a pioneering researcher with international recognition and significant accomplishments in the fields of materials science, surface engineering, and tribology.

February 23, 2012
Di-Jia Liu

Liu studies hydrogen storage for transportation purposes, fuel cells, and batteries, including Li-air batteries.

February 23, 2012
Deborah Myers - chemist Deborah Myers

Myers leads the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Materials Group at Argonne, working on improving durability and lowering the cost of fuel cell power and hydrogen production systems.

February 23, 2012
John Hryn

Hryn focuses on energy-efficient and environmentally-sound aluminum and magnesium processing and recycling technology development.

February 23, 2012
Bill Ingle

Bill Ingle is manager of Technology Development & Commercialization Programs and Operations.

February 23, 2012
Argonne Associate & Argonne Distinguished Fellow & Michael Faiman and Saburo Muroga Professor Marc Snir

Marc Snir is an Argonne Associate and former director of Argonne's Mathematics and Computer Science Division. His research focuses on high-performance computing, with recent work on programming models, tools, and performance analysis.

April 3, 2012