Claus Daniel is Associate Laboratory Director for Advanced Energy Technologies (AET). He leads an organization of scientists, engineers, and analysts working to develop globally needed solutions to deeply decarbonize the economy.
David Anderson is director of Argonne’s Sustainable Mobility Program, developing and executing business for Argonne’s science and engineering contributions across transportation and mobility topics. He coordinates the laboratory wide response and communication with the DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s (EERE) Transportation section, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and their Joint Office of Energy and Transportation.
Don Hillebrand is the Deputy Associate Laboratory Director for Programs for Argonne National Laboratory’s Advanced Energy Technologies directorate. Previously, he was Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Energy Systems Division, leading a team of engineers and scientists developing sustainable innovative technologies to improve the efficiency of resource and energy utilization, minimize America’s dependence on imported energy, and enhance U.S. national security.
Director, Supply Chain Research for NTNS and AET and Program Lead
Director of Supply Chain Research, Allison Bennett Irion is a member of the senior leadership teams for both the Advanced Energy Technologies (AET) and Nuclear Technologies and National Security (NTNS) Directorates. She works to enhance Argonne’s impacts, bringing together cross-disciplinary analytical and experimental capabilities to support resilient, equitable and competitive domestic supply chains.
Director, Center for Decarbonization Solutions Deployment (CDSD) and Section Manager
Aymeric Rousseau is the Director of the Center for Decarbonization Solutions Deployment (CDSD) and the Director of the Vehicle and Mobility Systems (VMS) Department at Argonne National Laboratory. He leads efforts to decarbonize transportation through simulation from
individual vehicles to entire systems.
Director Advanced Propulsion and Power Department / Director, AI Applications Initiative
Sibendu Som leads a Computational Fluid Dynamics team at Argonne National Laboratory that focuses on developing nozzle-flow, spray, and combustion models; and high-performance computing for internal combustion engine applications. The team develops predictive simulation capabilities to advance high-efficiency low-emission engines and the implementation of uncertainty quantification for engine simulations.
Director, Sustainable Transportation Education and Partnerships (STEP) Department / Director, Energy Justice and Workforce Readiness Initiative
Kristen Wahl is the Manager of the Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) Program in Argonne National Laboratory’s Energy Systems division, where she has organized and managed more than 25 student automotive engineering competitions since 1997, including the most recent EcoCAR 3 series.
Dr. Zhenyu (Henry) Huang is director of the Energy Systems and Infrastructure Analysis Division at Argonne. He leads an organization devoted to developing and using analytic tools and technologies to help decision makers lead the transition to efficient, clean, renewable energy and ensure a robust and secure U.S. grid transmission and distribution system.
Greg Krumdick is the Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Applied Materials division. Previously, he managed Argonne’s Materials Engineering Research Facility (MERF). He has been the principal investigator and lead engineer on numerous industrial process scale-up projects. Krumdick holds numerous patents and has earned three R&D 100 awards and a Federal Laboratory Consortium award for technology transfer.
Director, Transportation and Power Systems Division
Dr. Thomas Wallner is the Division Director for the Transportation and Power Systems Division at Argonne National Laboratory. He previously managed the Advanced Mobility and Grid Integration Technology Research section in Argonne’s Center for Transportation Research.