My name is Arvind. I study technology, systems, and policy as it relates to energy and the environment. All of my work is built on the premise that climate change is the single biggest existential thread facing humanity. My goal is to help global economies to transition to a clean energy future and reduce emissions from fossil fuel use.

I’m a post-doctoral fellow in the School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences at Stanford University. I received my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at Princeton University. I have undergraduate degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Physics.

I am currently on the academic job market. I look forward to opportunities to discuss my work and perhaps convince you to hire me.
Meanwhile, here’s my CV.

Contact me at arvindr@stanford.edu.
You’ll get a much quicker response on Twitter: @arvindpawan1.


Recent & Upcoming News:

Dec 2017: I will be chairing a session on regulating emissions from the oil and gas sector at AGU 2017 in New Orleans, LA. We have a great line-up of speakers from academia, government, and industry. Session details here. I am also a(n) (co)author on four papers this year – you can find the details here.

Nov 2017: I presented my research on methane emissions mitigation policy at the 35th USAEE/IAEE North American conference in Houston, TX.

Oct 2017: I gave a joint Electrical Engineering and Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University on translating science to public policy with methane emissions as a case-study.

Oct 2017: I gave a seminar at San Jose State University to seniors in the Environmental Studies program.

Oct 2017: I spoke on the distributional impact of methane emission on the greenhouse gas footprint of the electricity sector at the 7th Energy Policy Research Conference in Park City, UT.