At the end of 2008 Andrew Baxter co-founded Sustainable Energy Solutions and has led the company to its current success. Prior to his work at SES, he spent two years at Zinch.com where he helped launch and grow a business to profitability in the education industry. Andrew's professional interests include energy, sustainability, education, and innovation. Andrew has a degree in Economics and Business from Brigham Young University and an MBA from Rice University with an emphasis in energy and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Larry Baxter is responsible for the technical direction and vision of SES. He has spent his entire career working with sustainability issues and combustion and is well respected for his expertise in this area. He is also a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Brigham Young University. He holds B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Chemical Engineering and his research focus has been sustainable energy systems. Prior to joining the faculty at BYU, Dr. Baxter worked for fourteen years at Sandia National Laboratories’ Combustion Research Facility. He has written five chapters for books, edited four books, and authored over 70 archival journal publications.
Kyler Stitt holds an M.S. in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Utah. At Stanford, he focused on the Energy and Environment track, as well as worked closely with the entrepreneurial community and the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. He has also worked with multiple startups and companies, focusing on research, design, and product and business development.
Dave holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University. His doctoral dissertation had an emphasis in heat transfer and thermodynamics. Dave has industry experience working for L-3 Fuzing and Ordnance where he focused in heat transfer, piezoelectric materials, and vibration engineering. Dave made the decision to change careers and work at Sustainable Energy Solutions in November of 2010.
With B.S. and M.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University and extensive laboratory experience, Christopher brings a strong technical background to Sustainable Energy Solutions. Christopher’s experience has been focused on system design, management, and experiment. Currently Christopher is working on detailed analysis and modeling at Sustainable Energy Solutions.
Stephanie began working with Sustainable Energy Solutions before the founding of the company in 2008. Currently, Stephanie is working on engineering drawings and thermodynamic modeling for further development and analysis of the Cryogenic Carbon CaptureTM process. Stephanie has worked in the Energy Industry since 2002 with both American and European firms where she has worked on projects aimed at improving the environmental impact of coal-fired power plants. Stephanie holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University.
Aaron is passionate about engineering, system design, and prototyping. His roles at SES range from programming and CAD modeling to ASME welding in the prototyping shop and carbon capture experiments in the lab. At home Aaron is a tinkerer, roboticist, runner, and father. He earned his B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology from Brigham Young University and did student research there for Boeing, Baker Hughes, and others.
Eric graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering. His experience includes undergraduate research in molecular simulations and the development of computer models for paraffin extraction from black wax. Since joining SES in 2011, Eric has developed a specialized process simulator for modeling the Cryogenic Carbon CaptureTM and other related processes. He has also worked extensively in the design, construction, and testing of SES' small pilot demonstrations, with emphasis on industrial automation and control.
Skyler earned a B.S. degree from Brigham Young University in Mechanical Engineering, graduating magna cum laude. Skyler also holds an M.S. degree from Brigham Young University in Mechanical Engineering, where he studied oxy-coal combustion, a carbon capture enabling technology. Skyler has focused on the thermal sciences and power generation throughout his academic career and also has a substantial amount of hands on design and manufacturing experience from research and work in industry.
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