Dedicated to mentoring the next generation of STEM researchers to create a more sustainable ecosystem and better way of life for humankind.
My website shares some of the highlights of my teaching career, both national and international, that have given me the opportunity to work with distinguished colleagues and partnerships to explore new mentoring and research opportunities.
Some of the initiatives will be replicated with new funding. Meanwhile, other innovative research initiatives and patents are underway in keeping with my vision to create a more sustainable ecosystem and better way of life for humankind.
About Luciano Castillo
Kenninger Professor of Renewable Energy & Power Systems
Scientific American and AXIOS Articles
1. Scientific American: USA/Mexican Border
2. Scientific American: Venezuelan’s Humanitarian Crisis
3. Scientific American: Renewable Energy & Water
#4. Axios: Water Waste
LATinE: Latinx Trailblazers in Engineering
The goal of the LATinE program at Purdue Engineering is to prepare the best and brightest Latinx/Hispanic scholars nearing completion of their PhD degrees or postdoctoral appointments at US universities for a career in engineering academia. Those selected as LATinE fellows will attend a two-day workshop that will provide opportunities for scientific interactions, career-oriented discussions, and networking.