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ERE Alumni Panel with Q&A Session

October 7th @ 12pm - 1:30pm (Pacific Standard Time)
Via Zoom (Link to be provided upon registration)
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Stanford Energy Resources Engineering Alumni, Students, Faculty and Staff Only
Energy Resources Engineering

Join us for an interactive discussion with recent Energy Resources Engineering graduates.

We will explore their unique paths to Stanford University, their transitions into the industry, and  we will receive insights into their career experiences so far.  The journeys are all different, but each one started here in Stanford Energy Resources Engineering. 

Grab a drink or lunch and take part in this casual (but educational) community experience. This is a great opportunity to learn where a degree from Stanford Energy Resources Engineering can take you.

*This is a department event, open to all Energy Resources Engineering Alumni, Faculty, Students, and staff.

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Usua Amanam
Class of 2019
PhD Energy Resources Engineering

Usua is a consultant at PowerAdvocate, where his focus has been on the planning and execution of Capital Projects in the oil & gas, utility, and renewables space. He completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees in the Energy Resourcing Engineering department at Stanford.

Yasmin Bashirova
Class of 2018
MS Energy Resources Engineering

Yasmin is a Chief of Staff at an auto e-commerce start-up Shift Technologies, and previously worked in Industrials and Natural Resources investment banking at Goldman Sachs. She received a Bachelor ('17) and Master of Science ('18) in Energy Resources Engineering from Stanford.  

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Larry Jin
Larry Jin
Class of 2018
PhD Energy Resources Engineering

Larry is a senior data scientist at, an enterprise AI software start-up. Before that, he worked and interned in multiple companies that offer tech and financial services to the oil and gas industry.  He received Ph.D. degree in Energy and Resource Engineering in 2019 and master in Petroleum Engineering in 2015 from Stanford University.

Wen Song
Class of 2019
PhD Energy Resources Engineering

Wen is an Assistant Professor in the Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering at UT Austin.  She obtained her Ph.D. in Energy Resources Engineering and Ph.D. minor in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University in 2019.  Her research focuses on understanding and leveraging the fundamental micro/nanoscale transport dynamics that dictate subsurface energy and environmental resources.  Wen's key contributions towards addressing the grand challenge of supplying reliable, sustainable energy to society include pioneering the field of real-rock microfluidics to enable direct, real-time, pore-scale visualization of transport dynamics in micro/nanofluidic systems with representative geometric and chemical characteristics.  She currently teaches Reservoir Engineering and served as President of the Stanford Energy Club as a graduate student.  

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