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Gateways 2020 is scheduled from October 12 to October 23, with the tutorial and workshop track during the first week and the main conference track during the second week. This fifth Gateways annual conference is an opportunity for gateway creators and enthusiasts to learn, share, connect, and shape the future of gateways, while supporting and growing our community. Register for the conference by October 5.

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Dr. Roger Aines

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Chief Scientist of the Energy Program

Roger Aines develops climate and energy technologies for a more livable planet. As chief scientist of the energy program at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, he takes an integrated view of the energy, climate, and environmental aspects of carbon-based fuel production and use. Currently Roger is focused on ways to efficiently remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and safer methods for producing environmentally clean fuel.  He regularly coaches colleagues based on principles from Championing Science, the book he co-authored with Amy Aines to teach scientists how to communicate effectively and compel decision makers, sponsors and funders to support their work.

Since 1984 Roger’s work at the laboratory has spanned nuclear waste disposal, environmental remediation, applying stochastic methods to inversion and data fusion, managing carbon emissions and sequestration monitoring and verification methods. Roger received research funding from the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, the Environmental Protection Agency, a number of corporations and private foundations to address future climate challenges. He received one of the early-round of ARPA-E grants to study carbon dioxide capture.  He holds 24 patents and has authored more than 100 publications. Roger holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Carleton College, and Doctor of Philosophy in geochemistry from the California Institute of Technology.
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