Sandia Energy > Kevin Albrecht Kevin Albrecht R&D S&E, Mechanical Engineering Biography Dr. Kevin Albrecht is a mechanical engineer and senior member of the technical staff in the Concentrating Solar Technologies Program at Sandia National Laboratories. He works on projects involving high-temperature heat exchangers, solar thermochemical hydrogen production, and thermochemical energy storage. Dr. Albrecht has an extensive background in computational modeling of coupled thermal/fluid/chemical systems. Education Bachelor of Science, Engineering, Mechanical Specialty, Colorado School of Mines Bachelor of Science, Engineering, Mechanical Specialty, Colorado School of Mines Key Publications J. Albrecht, C. K. Ho, “Design and operating considerations for a shell-and-plate, moving packed-bed, particle-to-sCO2 heat exchanger,” Solar Energy 178, (2019): 331-340. J. Albrecht and C. K. Ho, “High-Temperature Flow Testing and Heat Transfer for a Moving Packed-Bed Particle/sCO2Heat Exchanger.” SolarPACES 2017, Santiago, Chile, 2017. J. Albrecht, G. S. Jackson, R. J. Braun, “Evaluating thermodynamic performance limits of thermochemical energy storage subsystems using reactive perovskite oxide particles for concentrating solar power,” Solar Energy 167, (2018): 179-193.