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User:Benjamin W. Sturtz
I am a freshman working toward a bachelor's degree in physics with minors in honors, math, and nanotechnology at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. I am interested various topics dealing with energy, physics, and chemistry. For my Excursions in Nanotechnology class, I am currently working on various topics dealing with sustainable development, energy and electricity, and, of course, new developments in the ever changing field of nanotechnology.
Topics of Interest
These various topics are all areas of science that I am currently exploring, either through my nanotechnology class or on my own time.
- Optical Computing
- Photovoltaic Cells
- Solar Cells; esp. gallium arsenide solar cells
- Renewable energy or Sustainability
- Rural Electrification Systems
- OLED and Organic LEDs
- Nuclear energy
- Heat Exchangers
- I have decided to do a research project on gallium arsenide solar cells. Click on the previous link to see the project page. In this page information is given on how a nanotech gallium arsenide solar cell can be fabricated, works, and the benefits to using this type of energy production.
- A web resource that details the creation and distribution of energy through a self made power-plant. On this page the reader will gain detailed information on how to do everything from creating a power source, routing the electricity, using it efficiently, and even how to trouble shoot the apparatus. Safety measures are also outlined. This was originally a document from the Microfinche Reference Library. Check it out at Rural Electrification Systems.
The following links have material relevant to the research I am conducting. More links to material pertaining to my research is present on the their respective pages.
- Key Words Photo Voltaic/Nanotechnology
- Key Words gallium arsenide/solar cells