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Registered 2017
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Contributions Optimizing reflector orientation for a solar panel at various latitudes

Graduate Work[edit | edit source]

Novia Berriel received her MSc in Physics from University of Central Florida (UCF) in 2021. She is currently working towards her PhD in Materials Science at UCF. She is a member of the Banerjee Lab at UCF, supervised by Dr. Parag Banerjee. Her current research is in atomic layer deposition (ALD) process development and thin film characterization.

Undergraduate Work[edit | edit source]

Novia Berriel received her BSc in Applied physics and BSc in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 2018. She worked as a research intern in the physics department, partially funded by the Honors College. She was a part of J.M. Pearce's EE5490 class in Spring 2017.

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Optimizing reflector orientation for a solar panel at various latitudes

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