Dr. Ager is a PI in the The Liquid Sunlight Alliance (https://www.liquidsunlightalliance.org/) Research Center. LiSA will establish the science principles by which durable coupled microenvironments can be co-designed to efficiently and selectively generate liquid fuels from sunlight, water, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen. Founded in 2020, LiSA is one of two projects in the Fuels from Sunlight Energy Innovation Hub funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Basic Energy Sciences. In LiSA, Dr. Ager is developing new approaches for selective solar-driven carbon dioxide production, using innovative tandem photoelectrochemical approaches. More broadly, Dr. Ager’s research interests include the fundamental electronic and transport characteristics of photovoltaic materials, development of new photoanodes and photocathodes based on abundant elements for solar fuels production, and the development of new oxide- and sulfide-based transparent conductors. Visit the following links for more information: http://ager.mse.berkeley.edu/ and https://github.com/joelager.