Nick AuYeung’s research focuses on integration of sustainable energy into chemical processes: thermal energy storage, specifically thermochemical energy storage for applications such as power production, process heat, or the built environment; development of material and reactors for utilization of conversion of thermal or electrical energy in large-scale or distributed settings; conversion of waste streams into useful products; humanitarian engineering and appropriate technologies.
Postdoctoral Associate — Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida, 2012-2014
Ph.D. — Chemical Engineering, Oregon State University, 2011
B.S. — Chemical Engineering, University of Connecticut, 2006