Bryce Anzelmo is a second year Ph.D. candidate in Energy Resources Engineering within Earth Sciences. He is currently investigating a feasible solution to the transportation sectors carbon emissions. Research is being conducted to utilize natural gas sustainably via metallic membranes. The drive to pursue a PhD was conceived on a worldwide backpacking adventure, which focused on countries energy utilization.
Before coming to Stanford University he worked at an environmental consulting firm in New York City, which specializes in clean water & wastewater facilities throughout the greater New York City area. He holds Mechanical Engineering Degrees from New Jersey Institute of Technology (B.S.) and Columbia University (M.S.) where he specialized in energy systems. His research at Columbia University was on the kinetics of direct carbon capture under Klaus Lackner.
Since Bryce has been at Stanford, he has taken a high interest in student affairs. He became co-chair of the Graduate Student Council and a voting member of the School of Earth Sciences. ~ Embrace the unknown.