MCSC Impact Fellow
Evan Coleman holds a PhD in Theoretical High-Energy Physics from Stanford University. During his doctoral studies, he developed computational frameworks for the study of quantum gravity in inflationary universes. In his undergraduate years at Brown University, he contributed to the CMS Experiment at CERN, where he worked on precision top quark property measurements and optimized the design performance of future collision detectors.
In parallel with his research efforts, one of Evan’s major goals as an Impact Fellow is to help Consortium members anticipate the scientific and regulatory future they face in carbon marketplaces, and maximize their first-mover advantage as they work to achieve their climate and sustainability targets.