The Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) based at the University of Alaska is dedicated to applied energy research and testing focused on lowering the cost of energy throughout Alaska and developing economic opportunities for the State, its residents, and its industries.
News & Events
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
12:00am to 1:00pm
Location: Duckering Building,
Room 531 (UAF)
Jeffrey P. Chamberlain, Ph.D.
Deputy Director of Development
Dr. Jeffrey P. Chamberlain will give an overview of battery and
energy storage research led by Argonne National Laboratory.
Jeff will show the importance of delivering R&D that is integrated
across a spectrum of technology readiness levels, from basic
discovery science all the way to early-stage prototyping. He will
use illustrative examples from both Argonne's lithium-ion
battery research program, as well as from the work beyond
lithium-ion, in the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research
(JCESR). JCESR is a collaborative project led by Argonne, with 14
members, spanning from MIT to Berkeley, through the University
of Michigan, Northwestern University, Sandia and Pacific
Northwest National Laboratories, among others.
Prior to starting his work at Argonne National Laboratory in 2006,
Jeff spent 13 years in industry, using his training in surface
chemistry to develop products for integrated circuit manufacturing, and for the mining and minerals processing industry.
The original air time of the Pilgrim Hot Springs documentary produced by Frontier Scientists set to air on 360 North has been moved to 10pm on October 20th. It will air again in December on the 15th at 8pm as well.
For more information on the Pilgrim Hot Springs Geothermal Exploration project, please visit acep.uaf.edu/projects/pilgrim-hot-springs-geothermal-assessment.aspx.
Photo: Panoramic view of the staging location and camp for drillers at Pilgrim Hot Springs in the fall of 2013. Photo courtesy C. Pike, ACEP/UAF.