ORNL’s John Storey recognized for automotive research

storey200John Storey, a research staff member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory since 1992, has been elected a fellow of the Society of Automotive Engineers. According to information released by the lab, Storey was recognized for his pioneering techniques in the characterization of exhaust emissions, as well as his work for the diesel fuel sulfur rule and “multiple contributions to the development of the lean exhaust emissions control.”

Storey holds degrees from Harvard and Duke, as well as a Ph.D. in environmental science and engineering from the Oregon Graduate Institute.

He works in the lab’s Fuels, Engineers and Emissions Research Center, which is a part of the Transportation Science Division.

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