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DoE Awards UH Researcher $1.5 Million Grant to Produce Efficient, Inexpensive ... - AZoNano.com
AZoNano.com DoE Awards UH Researcher $1.5 Million Grant to Produce Efficient, Inexpensive ... AZoNano.com Selvamanickam, whose lab already produces thin film superconducting wire, said he began thinking several years ago about developing a technique to produce solar cells using a technique similar to the one he uses for coating semiconductors as thin films  ...
source Google | Published on October 25, 2014

Skyrmions: Communication With Magnetic Swirls Instead of Electrons - IEEE Spectrum
IEEE Spectrum Skyrmions: Communication With Magnetic Swirls Instead of Electrons IEEE Spectrum A year ago, a team at the University of Hamburg showed that one could use skyrmions—tiny, swirling magnetic spin patterns in thin films —to store and erase data on magnetic media. Because these patterns are much smaller than the magnetic domains in ...
source Google | Published on October 24, 2014

Strain-induced photoconductivity in thin films of Co doped amorphous carbon - Nature.com
Strain-induced photoconductivity in thin films of Co doped amorphous carbon Nature.com Traditionally, strain effect was mainly considered in the materials with periodic lattice structure, and was thought to be very weak in amorphous semiconductors. Here, we investigate the effects of strain in films of cobalt-doped amorphous carbon (Co-C ...
source Google | Published on October 23, 2014

Nanolobes accidentally discovered, could revolutionize a lot of tech - Geek
Geek Nanolobes accidentally discovered, could revolutionize a lot of tech Geek A team of materials researchers from the University of Michigan has fortuitously discovered that by laying down thin films of organic material slowly and with care, they can easily create odd, lumpy structures they've dubbed nanolobes. These structures ...
source Google | Published on October 23, 2014

Houston wins $1.5m SunShot grant for GaAs thin-film PV on metal foil - Semiconductor Today
Semiconductor Today Houston wins $1.5m SunShot grant for GaAs thin-film PV on metal foil Semiconductor Today Picture: Photo of epitaxial GaAs thin film on flexible metal foil, and (b) schematic of the multilayer architecture developed to grow epitaxial GaAs thin films on metal foil. Selvamanickam's process involves using a metal foil tape with a germanium ... UH researcher wins $1.5 million federal solar energy award Phys.Org all 105 news articles »
source Google | Published on October 23, 2014

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Have you ever wondered how SVC selects a site for the annual Technical Conference and Exhibit? Selecting a site for the annual SVC TechCon is a most difficult task that relates directly to the success of the SVC TechCon. There are three groups of stakeholders that make up the SVC and each has specific criteria that make the TechCon site work for them. Learn more by reading the article from the SVC 2010 Summer Bulletin entitled, SVC TechCon Site Selection: A Multi-Faceted “Process” Read more >>

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