About Dr. Park

Dr. Alissa Park


Prof. Dr. Alissa Park of Columbia University, Lenfest Junior Professor in Applied Climate Science, Associate Director of Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy, Earth and Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering. Dr. Park, also known as the “Carbon Lady", studies sustainable conversion of energy sources and the development of carbon capture and storage technologies. Her research involves advancing efforts to capture carbon dioxide from emissions and sustainably dispose of it. Park group's research interests include: Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS), Sustainable energy conversion systems, Synthesis of hydrogen and liquid fuels from unconventional energy sources such as shale gas and wastes, particle technology, electrostatic charging phenomena in multiphase flows and electrostatic tomography. The specific on-going research efforts of Park's group include the fundamental studies of novel organic-inorganic hybrid nanomaterials for application in carbon capture and conversion, tailored synthesis of engineered carbon-neutral filler materials, in-situ and ex-situ carbon mineralization and production of hydrogen and liquid fuels from biomass and solid municipal wastes with integrated carbon sequestration.


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