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Cross-Cutting Research Themes

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Sustainability

Leader: Fraser Other participating faculty: Byrne, Kurdgelashvili, Miller, Seager The cross-cutting theme of sustainability provides strategic guidance to each of the research themes as well as assists in integrating research, education, and innovation activities. The long-term vision for the project is to develop robust methods of anticipatory sustainability analysis and apply them to the PV …

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Education Research

Leader: Husman Other participating faculty: Bowden, Brem A significant limiting factor in our efforts to meet the Terawatt Challenge is human capital: The PV market is growing at 40% annually requires a constant influx of well-trained PV scientists, engineers, and installers. Despite the prevalence and importance of semiconductor devices (like solar cells), there is little …

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