I think about energy.
Specifically: how we can store it and how we can use less of it to make the things (particularly metals) we need. Regardless of what you might have heard, using less energy is a good thing, and using less energy and doing so within thermodynamically closed systems is an even better thing.
I work [here](https://columbia.edu), specifically [here](https://ceec.engineering.columbia.edu) under the frameworks of [this](https://eee.columbia.edu/) and [this](https://cheme.columbia.edu). My lab homepage is [here](https://lab.dansteingart.com).
I used to work [here](https://princeton.edu), after working [here](http://ccny.cuny.edu), after working at a few places that no longer have websites. Poof.
I'm directly responsible for [this](https://www.liminalinsights.com/), [this](https://www.activate.org/innate-energy), and to a lesser extent [this](https://voltaiq.com) and [this](https://www.standardpotential.com/), and I am proud to be indirectly responsible for [this](https://imprintenergy.com) and in the same rolodex as [this](https://silanano.com/leadership-team/).
I spent some time [here](https://electra.earth), and still help where I can. I also help out [here](https://freyrbattery.com).
Gory details [here](https://www.linkedin.com/in/dansteingart/).
Code I've created can be found [here](https://github.com/dansteingart/).
Peer-reviewed thoughts can be found [here](https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=uhzKcRUAAAAJ&hl=en).
Unreviewed thoughts can be found [here](https://medium.com/@steingart).
Want to chat? [Find a time that works for you](https://fantastical.app/steingart/openings).
Thanks for stopping by.