Turning carbon dioxide into useful chemicals and futuristic fuels using man-made diamonds and light
The DIACAT project aims at using man-made diamonds and light to enable conversion of CO2 into useful chemicals and futuristic fuels. This technology would be able to reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and allow scientists to recycle the carbon dioxide produced by the combustion of current fuels.
Creating a new set of hybrid photovoltaic devices which are able to meet the ultra-high temperature capacity operated in latent heat thermal storage (LHTES)
Beating the energy consumption limit in computers by developing state-of-the-art physical switches for digital devices
- Prototyping phase