Generating Power Using Sodium Vapor

The Research Team

Located within the Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions Building

Developing Polymer Thermoelectrics for Power Generation

Engaging the Community

Building Thermal Property Measurement Systems

Join the Lab

Currently the lab is interested in recruiting undergraduate researchers, PhD students, and post-doctoral researchers. Contact Prof. Yee with your CV if you are interested in joining STEEL.

Lab Capabilities

Learn what instruments, measurement techniques, and synthesis capabilities are available in the STEEL. Please contact Prof. Yee to inquire about use and collaboration.

STEEL Internal

STEEL members, please visit the secure internal website for standard operating procedures, safety protocols, research presentations, lab notes, raw data, group files, and much more.

Georgia Tech in the Heart of Atlanta

The Scalable Thermal Energy Engineering Lab (STEEL) is devoted to the research and development of next generation energy converters. The lab is located within the Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions (CNES) building on Tech Way. This lab is part of the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering and is under the direction of Prof. Shannon Yee.