Argonne National Laboratory

Experts Guide

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Charles Van Groningen

Charles Van Groningen is a software developer and project manager specializing in the development and use of complex modeling and analysis tools.

February 2, 2012
Michael Wang, Scientist Michael Wang

Wang’s research areas include the evaluation of energy and environmental impacts of advanced vehicle technologies and new transportation fuels, the assessment of market potentials of new vehicle and fuel technologies, and the projection of transportation development in emerging economies such as China.

February 2, 2012
Randall Winans, Chemist and Group Leader Randall Winans

Randall Winans and coworkers have developed and applied methods to understand the fundamental chemistry of complex disordered systems, such as catalysts, soot, coals, heavy petroleum, and carbons.

February 2, 2012
John Freeland

John W. Freeland has been a physicist at Argonne National Laboratory since 1998.

February 2, 2012
Kirk LaGory Kirk LaGory

Kirk LaGory has worked on a wide variety of projects examining the impacts of human activities on terrestrial, aquatic, and wetland ecosystems and threatened and endangered species.

January 25, 2012
George Crabtree, Argonne Distinguished Fellow George Crabtree

Crabtree's research interests include materials science, sustainable energy, nanoscale superconductors and magnets, vortex matter in superconductors, and highly correlated electrons in metals.

January 23, 2012
Daniel Abraham, Engineer Daniel Abraham

Dr. Daniel Abraham is a leading scientist in the field of lithium-ion batteries. At Argonne, he leads the effort to identify performance degradation mechanisms in lithium-ion cells to enable development of alternative materials and components that enhance cell performance, calendar life, and safety.

January 20, 2012
Jeff Chamberlain

Jeffrey Chamberlain is the former director of ACCESS and is now on entrepreneurial leave.

January 18, 2012