Assistant Professor Claire White leads the Sustainable Concrete and Carbon Storage Group (SCCSG) at Princeton University. The group is situated in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.

With the world facing a climate crisis due to the effects of anthropogenic CO2 emissions and  associated global warming, key scientific research is required to aid reducing the impact society has on the environment.

The SCCSG at Princeton University is a multi-disciplined research group addressing the sustainability challenge via two important technologies:


Recent publication - "Uncovering the True Atomic Structure of Disordered Materials: The Structure of a Hydrated Amorphous Magnesium Carbonate (MgCO3⋅3D2O)" is available as a Just Accepted Manuscript in Chemistry of Materials.

November 2013 - Welcome Dr. Antoine Morandeau. Antoine is a postdoc in the group and joins us from Ifsttar and Unité de Recherche Navier (Université Paris Est Marne la Vallée) where he recently completed his PhD. Congratulations and welcome.

September 2013 - We have two undergraduate senior year thesis students who will be working in the group this year. Clarissa Wilbur and Jarred Mihalik. Welcome Clarissa and Jarred!

September 2013 - Welcome Catherine Eiben! Catherine is a Masters of Science in Engineering student and will be conducting a thesis on sustainable cements. She joins us from industry, having worked for a couple of years in an engineering firm after completion of a BEng. (Civil) at Cornell University. 

August 2013 - Dr. Claire White started at Princeton University and is settling into life on campus.

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