Eric Pop discusses how energy use and conversion are important for the design of low-power electronics and energy-conversion systems, and are also a rich domain for both fundamental discoveries as well as technological advances. His talk presents recent highlights from studies at the intersection of energy, nanomaterials, and nanoelectronics.
Part of the Fall 2013 Stanford Energy Seminar
Tagged under: clean tech,renewable energy,smart grid
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