Dr. Schubert is a licensed Professional Engineer and has worked as the Principal Investigator on projects from USDA, DOE, DOD, GSA and the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences. He has published 75 technical publications and holds 35 US Patents, plus 8 more in Europe. He recently completed a Phase II NASA program for the extraction of silicon and oxygen from lunar soil, processes based on 3 of his granted US Patents. He is the PI for more than $3,000,000 in state and federal grants on a program to convert organic biomass into power, heat, fertilizer, and fuels. Peter’s invention of the “hydrogen sponge” is the subject of a User Grant at Argonne National Lab, and is part of a $1,500,000 Congressionally-Directed Project on a means by which municipalities can convert their collected landscape trimmings into fuels for city fleet vehicles. He is a member of AIAA, IEEE, ASEE and SAE, where he has been an Instructor since 2004. Dr. Schubert was recently appointed a tenure faculty position in Electrical and Computer Engineering at IUPUI, where he is the Director of the Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy. He joined Schubert Solutions LLC in 2011 as the CEO and Principal Engineer. He is available, on a limited basis, for consulting, training, and analysis.