PEI-STEP Fellows: Awarded PEI RISE

  • Helm, Jermiah

    PEI RISE Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Chemistry

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Analysis of the cause and cure of antibiotic resistant bacteria.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    David Bradford

    Thesis Topic

    Ramoplanin: structure-activity correlation.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Suzanne Walker

  • Deutsch, Curtis

    PEI RISE Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Oceanic iron fertilization and N2O production: global warming feedbacks.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    David Bradford

    Thesis Topic

    Marine nitrogen cycle.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Jorge Sarmiento

  • Xu, Shangping

    PEI RISE Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Methane emission from flooded rice paddy soils and wetland sediments: dynamic modeling and optimal resolution strategy search.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    David Bradford

    Thesis Topic

    Methane emissions from rice paddies.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Peter Jaffe

  • Ming, Yi

    PEI RISE Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Cooling potential of aerosol in global climate change.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    David Bradford

    Thesis Topic

    Climate impacts of aerosols.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Lynn Russell

  • Loh, Yeong

    PEI RISE Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Physics

    PEI-STEP Topic

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Erik VanMarcke

    Thesis Topic

    Variations in earth surface temperature.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Machael Strauss

  • Ellis, Brian

    PEI RISE Fellow
    DEPARTMENT

    Civil and Environmental Engineering

    PEI-STEP Topic

    Investigation of the impact of carbon dioxide gas stream purity regulations on competitiveness of CCS technologies in the energy market.

    PEI-STEP Adviser(s)

    Denise Mauzerall

    Thesis Topic

    Geologic carbon sequestration–Investigation of brine acidification and ensuing water-rock interactions.

    Thesis Adviser(s)

    Catherine Peters