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Zachary Gima, 2016 Cohort, Mechanical Engineering

Up-goer summary: “How can we use computers to make things store power better?”Zachary Gima is a second year student in the mechanical engineering department. He’s currently working on how to improve energy storage technologies through materials innovation and leveraging electrochemical modeling and controls techniques. The goal of his PhD is to explore the use of modeling and control to increase the efficiency of current battery technology as well as improve the material design process that goes into making a battery.Good Green Ideas Recommendation: The Energy policy simulator by Energy Innovation a tool that lets you discover the effects of various energy policies, build your favorite policy package, and share it with friends.

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