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Sheldon is present

One of the hardest things about writing this blog is that some of the more trans-formative experiences that I have gained during my time with ECS involve very personal encounters with people who I have met.   637 more words

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ECS Blog Links to my Perspective Paper on Perovskite Photovoltaics

The ECS, one of the largest global societies of electrochemistry, echoed the review-perspective paper I recently uploaded to my webjournal Chemistry of Ecomaterials.

http://www.ecsblog.org/electrochemistry/is-it-possible-to-engineer-an-all-perovskite-solar-cell/

The work analyses the rising and latest advances on hybrid mesoscopic and thin-film solar cells based on organometal halide perovskites light harvesters. 19 more words

Photovoltaics

The marble

On a Tuesday night I spend time at ECS’s ACCORD program as part of my summer field placement at the School for Ministry.  ACCORD provides court mandated programs that aim to reduce the incidence and prevalence of driving under the influence (DUI) and the negative impact of this behavior on our families, residents and community.   473 more words

Field Placement

Open, pre-submission peer-review

Someone (I’m not sure if they want to be named, so I won’t, but they’re welcome to comment if they wish) sent me a copy of a document by… 735 more words

Climate Change

EMC's Version of the Future of IT

Post by David Hill (thank you)

Conferences and trade shows are typically oriented around a theme. EMC kept it very simple at EMC World 2014 with the simple word: “Redefine.” Now, a theme provides a mental handle for attendees to keep everything in context but it also focuses the alignment of the thinking of presenters and others. 91 more words

Virtualization