The Eisaman Lab for Carbon Removal and Clean Technologies at Yale University is open to prospective postdocs, graduate students, and undergraduates from a wide range of fields in science and engineering with interests in carbon dioxide removal.
The Eisaman lab is seeking a Ocean carbon dioxide removal researcher to work on the development of new models, protocols, sensors, and sensor networks for Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV); new approaches to ocean CDR, especially those leveraging electrochemistry; effects on marine organisms; and hybrid approaches, especially the combination of ocean and geochemical CDR.
A Machine Learning Developer/ Ocean Modeller to work on an interdisciplinary project at the intersection of ocean and climate modeling, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. The goal of the research effort is to better quantify the uncertainty of ocean model forecasts used for the Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) of Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement (OAE) approaches to CDR.
A Computational Geochemist/Geologist to work on an interdisciplinary project at the intersection of geochemistry, computational modeling, and CDR. The overall goal of the research effort is to understand, quantify, and optimize the potential for the acidic pretreatment and partial dissolution of basalt formations to enhance the speed and capacity of subsequent CO2 mineralization.