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Celebrating Women Leaders at NETL - Jan Steckel

Jan Steckel

Research Scientist


As a research scientist at NETL, Jan Steckel has a portfolio of impressive work and a strong educational background.

After earning her doctorate in theoretical chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh in 2001, Jan Steckel carried out her post-doctoral work at the University of Vienna.

In 2002 she was selected as a National Research Council fellow at NETL and subsequently joined the contractor staff. Steckel continued to work diligently in this position, and she eventually became a federal research scientist at NETL in 2008.

Over the years, she has led numerous research projects that apply computational methods for materials design. She has served as the technical task coordinator for computational tasks in the Carbon Capture Field Work Proposal.

Steckel currently serves as the technical portfolio lead for the Carbon Dioxide Removal Field Work Proposal. 

Women’s History Month means a lot to Steckel as she sees it as an opportunity to learn more about the contributions that women have made to all fields and sectors of society.

Jan Steckel

Jan Steckel

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