Partnerships for Innovation
Anna Bruton spent the summer of 2009 at Howard University researching the responsiveness of law-enforcement officers during the Hurricane Katrina crisis.
2009 Marvin L. Wesely Distinguished Graduate Research Environmental Fellowship Award winner Emily Fischer participated in the Global Change Education Program (GCEP), which promotes undergraduate and graduate training in support of DOE’s global change research activities.
Florida A&M student Yashema Mack analyzed data from the world’s fastest supercomputer, putting her computer skills to use for nuclear technology advancement at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
University of Tennessee student Benjamin Martin is trying to improve emergency response by developing computer codes to fuse together two different kinds of satellite image data.
Benjamin Snyder, a graduate in geography, is using his stint at the National Energy and Technology Laboratory in Pittsburgh, Pa., to develop his skills in geographic information systems. Using mapping, he helps locate the best sites for natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale.
Augusto Tentori, a participant in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Scholarship and Fellowship Program, used his expertise in microfluidics to help develop a prototype device for human radiation exposure detection.