Ultra-light, ultra-thin solar cells offer glimpse of the future
Congratulations to Apoorva for being selected as one of this year's Lemelson-MIT Prize recipients!
The award citation is below:
Apoorva Murarka of MIT, $15,000 Lemelson-MIT “Use it!” Graduate Winner for contact-printed nano-membrane transducers for sound production. Murarka, a grad student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, invented an electrostatic transducer that uses a 125 nanometer thick membrane — approximately one-thousandth the width of a human hair — to produce high-fidelity sound more efficiently. This technology can be...
Sam received the International Union for Pure and Applied Physics's Young Scientist Prize in Semiconductor Physics at ICPS 2016 in Beijing "for pioneering discoveries in the field of perovskite solar cells and optoelectronics through spectroscopy”.
ICPS 2016 news article
Vladimir and MIT.nano featured in Technology Review.
Sam and Anna's work on photo-induced healing of defect states in perovskites is highlighted in MIT News and other popular press
Congratulations to Geoffrey on successfully defending his PhD thesis on visible and infrared quantum dot LEDs!
ONE Lab PhD candidate and Tata Fellow Rich Swartwout is featured on the Tata Center website!
Congratulations to Patrick on successfully defending his PhD thesis on energy level engineering in colloidal quantum dot solar cells!
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