ASU ERC Development Workshop

Webinar image: Applying for PostDocs and Faculty Positions

CBBG, NEWT, and QESST are excited to offer a combined-ERC workshop titled, “Applying for Post-Doc and Faculty Positions” for students interested in academia career paths. We will be hearing from faculty how to become more attractive future candidates for academia positions based on their wide-ranging experiences and knowledge.Stay tuned to hear who our panelists are! […]

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Life Cycle Analysis Webinar this Friday

Dwarak Triplican, speaker for Webinar on 3/2/2017 on Lifetime Cycle Analysis

Dwarak Triplican Ravikumar (PostDoct in Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering at ASU) will be presenting on the life–cycle environmental impacts of PV with a special focus on the need to improve PV manufacturing. This webinar has been rescheduled for this Friday, 3/3, at 12pm MST. You can join the call on Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/828194209. Zoom link here! […]

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Scholar Industry Meeting: APS Solar Operation tour

Courtesy of General Manager Bradley Albert, on February 10th from 1-3pm more than 15 QESST Students, from ASU and UofA, visited the headquarters of the biggest utility company in Arizona. GM Albert gave a detailed explanation of how the energy portfolio works at state and SW region levels, and showed us the daily challenges the […]

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Scholar Industry Meeting: Prism Solar tour in Tucson

Jose Castillo-Aguilella and Paul Hauser, from Prism Solar, entertained 12 QESST students from ASU and Tucson this past February 2nd of 2017. Prism Solar produces bifacial modules with glass-on-glass technology. During the meeting, they gave an excellent overview on how the silicon market has changed over the last decade and how their company, as a […]

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Participate in the Solar Cell Fabrication 101, this Jan. 10th-13th

ASU will be hosting Solar Cell 101 January 10-13, bringing together QESST scholars and industry partners to learn how to make solar cells in our student-led pilot line. The laboratory for ASU’s Solar Power Lab is a 4976 square foot state-of-the-art clean room with extensive handling for high purity gases and sophisticated semiconductor process equipment. Space is Limited, so apply early. […]

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