Dr. J. Kelly KissockChairperson
Address the need for stable, clean and economical energy sources
You can be a part of the development of energy-reducing design techniques, renewable energy and manufacturing systems, and better forms of solar energy, fuel cells and biofuels with the University of Dayton's Graduate Renewable and Clean Energy Program. Our program addresses the need for stable, clean and economical energy sources and is shared with Wright State University's mechanical and materials engineering department.
Areas of emphasis
- Energy efficiency
- Advanced thermodynamics
- Energy materials
- Renewable energy
- Clean energy
- Large-scale energy systems
Our students and faculty in action
Below is a map showing all of the locations across the globe where we have RCL Students.