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 Zoom link here! […]

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QESST Scholar: Connect with QESST Industry Partners

Do you want to gain valuable experience communicating your expertise to industry audiences? We are working to create opportunities for QESST scholars to communicate with industry. Thus, we would like to coordinate face-to-face or virtually presentations. If you are interested in participating, please complete this 5-item survey. Scholars who are nearing graduation should see this […]

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Want to teach Children & Adolescents about PV engineering research? Take the QESST 1000 Word Challenge!

                    QESST Education and Outreach is challenging QESST scholars to explain their research to the general public using only the 1000 most common words in the English language: QESST Education and Outreach is challenging QESST scholars to explain their research to the general public. Describe […]

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Solar Energy Harvesting Shingles at the University of Delaware

Exploded view of final solar shingle design

Outcome/Accomplishment: Bob Opila, QESST faculty from the University of Delaware, partnered with Faculty Advisor, Liyun Wang of the Mechanical engineering department, leading five mechanical engineering seniors (Team 109) in designing solar energy harvesting shingles. Andrew Koster, Colleen Gegeckas, Kangning Guo, Kenneth Eland and Jessica Booth chose the solar shingles over 20 other projects for their […]

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