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CRF Summer Undergraduate Internship Opportunities – Apply by January 10, 2014

Post, December 1, 2013 • The Combustion Research Facility is seeking undergraduate and community college interns for 10-week appointments in summer 2014. Interns will be paired with a CRF scientist to conduct experimental, computational, or modeling research related to CRF programs. Applicants must be U.S. citizens majoring in math, physical science, or engineering, with a...
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CRF Summer Visiting Faculty Opportunities – Apply by January 10, 2014

Post, December 1, 2013 • The Combustion Research Facility is seeking visiting faculty researchers for 10-week appointments in summer 2014. The Visiting Faculty Program (VFP) seeks faculty members and their students at institutions historically underrepresented in the research community in order to expand the workforce vital to DOE mission areas. Faculty members develop a proposal...
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Magnus Sjöberg receives SAE Oral Presentation Award

Post, December 20, 2013 • CRF researcher Magnus Sjöberg has received an Excellence in Oral Presentation Award from SAE International, formerly the Society of Automotive Engineers. This award, which was established to recognize outstanding speakers at SAE technical sessions, places Magnus in the top 5% of SAE oral presenters for 2013. Based on evaluations submitted...

New Methods Allow Prediction of Pressure Dependence in Chemical Reactions

Post, December 20, 2013 • Seeking to free researchers from a nearly exclusive dependence on empirical models, CRF researcher Ahren Jasper and Argonne National Laboratory researchers James A. Miller and Stephen J. Klippenstein have developed a set of theoretical methods for predicting the rates of collisional energy transfer that govern pressure dependence.1 Enabled by both...
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Novel Spectroscopic Method Reveals Intermediates over a Broad Spectrum

Post, December 2, 2013 • CRF researcher Leonid Sheps has developed a new spectroscopic method, Time-Resolved Broadband Cavity-Enhanced Absorption Spectroscopy (TR-BB-CEAS). The new technique is capable of following the time evolution of transient intermediates as they are produced and consumed in a gas-phase chemical reaction by monitoring their absorption of near-UV to visible light (300–700...
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Sandia Hosts Visitors from Japanese Automotive Industry

Post, December 23, 2013 • On Nov. 7 and 8, Sandia hosted visiting fuel cell electric vehicle engineers from the Japanese automotive industry. On the first day of the visit, engineers from the Nissan Technical Center North America learned more about Sandia’s work in fueling research and the Center for Infrastructure Research and Integration (CIRI)....
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Sandia/AIST Meeting Highlights Energy Research Collaboration between U.S. and Japan

Post, December 12, 2013 • As part of a broader effort to coordinate clean-energy research across the Pacific Ocean, Sandia National Laboratories is hosting a meeting with the Japan National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) on December 13, 2013. Attendees from AIST and the U.S. national labs will be joined by representatives...
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