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Energy Research|School of Energy Resources

 Centers of Excellence | Current Opportunities | Funding Programs

Energy Research

State-of-the-art research is a requirement for preserving and growing the value of Wyoming's energy resources while protecting the state's environmental treasures.  UW's ability to seek and obtain outside funding is greatly enhanced by the state's commitment to provide competitively-awarded matching funds.

Centers of Excellence

The School of Energy Resources (SER) oversees several research Centers of Excellence, which facilitate interdisciplinary research in program areas that are critical to advancing the state of the art in energy technology and policy.

Current Funding Opportunities

The School of Energy Resources and the eight Centers of Excellence it oversees advertise several research opportunities each year.  Current funding opportunities and Requests for Proposals are posted to the SER Research webpages.

Research Funding Programs

SER administers several funding programs which provide UW faculty a critical competitive advantage in capturing external funding for new research proposals in energy areas.  These highly leveraged funds provide UW with excellent opportunities and facilities to compete in a broad spectrum of research endeavors across energy sectors important to the state - natural gas, petroleum, coal, uranium, wind, and solar.

Carbon Engineering Initiative

Clean Coal Technology Fund

In-Situ Recovery of Uranium Research

Rare Earth Element Research


UW Research: Bacteria Show Promise in Restoring Aquifers Used in Uranium Mining

June 12, 2014 — Wyoming’s resurgent uranium industry could get a further boost from University of Wyoming scientists, whose research on post-mining environmental restoration is yielding extremely promising results.

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Native Bacteria Used To Clean-Up Uranium Mines

Kevin Chamberlain and John Willford were featured on Wyoming Public Radio for their work under the In-Situ Recovery of Uranium (ISRU) Research Program.

Dr. John Kaszuba Awarded $1.1M from USDOE

Dr. John Kaszuba
Dr. Kaszuba's project, "Integrated Characterization of CO2 Storage Reservoirs on the Rock Springs Uplift Combining Geomechanics, Geochemistry, and Flow Modeling" was recently awarded $1.1 million in U.S. Department of Energy funds. The interdisciplinary project includes investigators from 3 departments and 2 colleges.

Hess Digital Rock Physics Lab

Hess Digital Rock Physics Lab
Learn more about one of SER's niche research area

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