Dr. David Carroll: Organic and Inorganic Solar Cells, Organic Thermoelectrics and Thermo/piezo materials, High Efficiency Lighting Systems



Dr. Oana Jurchescu: The basis of transport in organic semiconductors, Organic printed circuits, high performance organic transistors, flexible circuits, perovskites 




Dr. Abdou Lachgar: Novel Battery/Storage Materials, new catalysts for solar fuels, nano-cage structures






Dr. Richard Williams: Solar Concentrators, ZnO nanoparticles, scintillator technologieshttp://users.wfu.edu/carroldl/Welcome.htmlhttp://jurchescu.physics.wfu.edu/http://www.wfu.edu/chem/about/AbdessadekLachgar.htmlhttps://sites.google.com/a/wfu.edu/ultrafast-laser-spectroscopy/shapeimage_1_link_0shapeimage_1_link_1shapeimage_1_link_2shapeimage_1_link_3
“It aint easy being green...” the song goes.  But human society faces dwindling natural resources, demand for greater power production from expanding populations, and harmful earth impacts due to our activities.  The need for a more responsible way to live together has become critical.  Yet as voices grow for more and more conservation, it quickly becomes apparent that the shear number of the inhabitants of our planet together with population increase every year, simply doesn’t allow us to conserve our way into sustainability.  
 
So how do we build a sustainable future?  Should we retreat to a pre-industrial society to insure that our planet can provide for us?  Can we put the Genie back into the bottle?  We seek another way...  Our approach is to use the principles of nanoengineering/nanoscience to develop radical new power-related technologies
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Nanotechnology and the importance of being earnestly GREEN...