Thursday, November 24, 2016

Gap-Sap with | Prof. Kunal Karan | University of Calgary, Canada


We had a wonderful conversation with Prof. Kunal Karan; Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada. He works in the field of alternative energy, specifically on ‘electrochemical’ energy conversion and storage technologies. He is internationally recognized for his notable contributions in the field of fuel cells, which is an energy conversion technology akin to batteries that produces electricity directly from fuels. He is author of over 100 peer-reviewed publications and has been invited to give research talks across the globe. At the University of Calgary, he co-founded and is also an Associate Director of the Calgary Advanced Energy Conversion and Storage Research – Technologies (CAESR-Tech) group. Prof. Kunal Karan spend his growing years in different states/cities in Eastern India. He obtained his undergraduate education in Chemical Engineering at IIT (BHU) and then moved to Canada for higher studies and work. follow this link to know more about him: http://schulich.ucalgary.ca/kkaran/




Watch other episods of Gap-Sap: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtOEYARoqDwvLaJrCFoAYYnGJK1hrm3zc
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  2. It was interesting interview. I thought I need to find someone who willwrite my term paper for me, but now I'm full of thoughts. I think I can complete it myself. I never thought that energy technologies could be so interesting. I wish Prof. Kunal Karan was my teacher!

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