Rahman and Peck win student travel awards

PhD candidate Aowabin Rahman and undergraduate Jaron Peck (BS ’15) recently won student travel grants to present their research work over the summer at the ASME PowerEnergy 2015 Conference in San Diego, CA.

Rahman will receive financial assistance from the Global Change and Sustainability Center to present his paper titled “Simplified Modeling of Thermal Storage Tank for Distributed Energy Heat Recovery Applications” and is also co-chairing a session on Smart and Micro-grid Concepts.

Peck will receive financial assistance from the Office of Undergraduate Research to present his paper titled “Modeling Power Generation Water Usage” and also co-authored the paper “Modeling the Impacts of Solar Distributed Generation on U.S. Water Resources” to be presented at the same conference by Prof. Smith.

Congratulations to both awardees!