- Research Associate, Webber Energy Group
- Lecturer, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Todd Davidson is a Research Associate in the Energy Institute and the Webber Energy Group at the University of Texas at Austin. Todd’s research is focused on a variety of topics at the confluence of energy technology and economics. His work has analyzed the technoeconomic opportunities of integrating renewable energy resources with industrial processes, emerging solutions for personal transportation, improving wastewater treatment and flare gas management at oil and gas production facilities, and novel energy storage solutions for next generation automobiles & grid-applications.
Prior to joining UT Austin, Todd was the CEO of nCarbon, Inc., a company focused on the commercialization of advanced supercapacitor electrodes. Todd started his career working for Raytheon where he helped to design and deploy four different missile defense product lines.
In addition to his research, Todd has taught fluid mechanics in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and guest lectures on entrepreneurship at UT Austin. He received a BS in Engineering Science from Trinity University and an MS and PhD in Mechanical Engineering from UT Austin.
- An Assessment of Individual Foodprints Attributed to Diets and Food Waste in the United States
- An Inventory and Engineering Assessment of Flared Gas and Liquid Waste Streams From Hydraulic Fracturing in the USA
- An assessment of individual foodprints attributed to diets and food waste in the United States
- To Uber or not? Why car ownership may no longer be a good deal
- Accounting for water formation from hydrocarbon fuel combustion in life cycle analyses
- Harvey Can Help Houston Rethink Its Car Culture
- The Rise of Electrofuels
- Are solar and wind really killing coal, nuclear and grid reliability?
- Analysis of the Technical and Economic Potential of Purifying Brackish Groundwater on Texas State Lands Using Integrated Renewables and Desalination Facilities
- Shale Boom Could Fuel Batteries
- Flaring our way out of a water crisis
- Assessing the impacts of droughts and heat waves at thermoelectric power plants in the United States using integrated regression, thermodynamic, and climate models
- Racing to the future of automotive efficiency and per- formance