Energy Research at the University of Washington

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René M. Overney

Energy Research Area: Energy Research Area: Development of function materials based on cognitive molecular and nanoscale principles in the field of (i) organic electro-optics with focus on energy efficiency, (ii) hydrogen technology in regards of low cost fuel purification, (iii) polymer membrane technology as low cost alternative.

Record last updated on November 28th 2011 PDT.

Larry R. Dalton

Energy Research Area: Two Areas: (1) Novel photovoltaic devices based on metamaterials and (2) electro-optic materials and silicon photonics for development of energy efficient integrated electronic/photonic chips for telecommunications, computing, defense/homeland security, transportation, and medical diagnostics.

Record last updated on March 4th 2013 PDT.

Alex K.-Y. Jen

Energy Research Area: Ultra-low-cost and efficient polymer solar cells; highly efficient white light polymer LEDs for solid-state lighting; low power and ultrahigh-speed organic photonic devices to improve energy efficiency for computation and telecommunication.

Record last updated on November 28th 2011 PDT.

John J. Rehr

Energy Research Area: Theoretical condensed matter physics: complex materials, excited states, and spectroscopy

Record last updated on October 28th 2014 PDT.

David S. Ginger

Energy Research Area: Next Generation Solar Cells, Advanced Microscopy, Organic Photovoltaics, Quantum Dots, Plasmonics

Record last updated on November 28th 2011 PDT.