User:Benjamin W. Sturtz
Intro[edit | edit source]
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[edit | edit source]
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
Current Projects[edit | edit source]
- 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.
Search Results[edit | edit source]
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