For this episode of This Is CDR we are pleased to welcome Dr. Matthew Eisaman (Stony Brook University) to review the oceanic carbonate cycle and present SEA MATE, an electrochemical alkalinity enhancement and CDR process he is developing.
Moderated by Toby Bryce (@wtbryce) and Megha Raghavan
MATTHEW EISAMAN is an Assistant Professor in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at Stony Brook University. Prof. Eisaman received an A.B. in physics from Princeton in 2000 (magna cum laude), a Ph.D. in physics from Harvard in 2006, was an NRC Postdoc at NIST from 2006-2008, a member of the research staff at Xerox PARC from 2008-2011, and a physicist at Brookhaven National Lab from 2011-2014. He holds 18 patents and has co-authored 33 papers with over 4000 citations.
Over the past ten years, a significant part of Prof. Eisaman’s research effort has been spent developing negative emissions technologies that capture CO2 from the air using the natural ocean-atmosphere equilibrium. FURTHER READING “Using The Seas to Capture CO2”, Entrevestor, June 20 2021 https://entrevestor.com/home/entry/us…
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