2013 IGERT Clean Tech Reviews
University of California Los Angeles
UCLA & Omar I. Asensio
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Los Angeles - The NSF Clean Green IGERT (CGI) fellows at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) published a series of Clean Tech Reviews for 2013. The book contains general interest reviews on clean energy technologies including micro-wind, solar thermal and high efficiency multi-junction solar cells.
The Multi-Touch book features interactive content, images and videos designed to provide an introduction to Ph.D. research, news and analysis on clean energy technologies at UCLA. The book also contains demos from the EnGen Roadshow -- a series of clean energy workshops designed for high school students in Los Angeles; a clean tech scorecard, and commentaries on policy and global investing.
"Given the heightened interest in clean tech on campus and elsewhere, we wanted to provide reviews that were accessible to general audiences while maintaining scientific and technical rigor useful for technologists, the business community and the public," said Omar Asensio, an NSF IGERT fellow at UCLA, who edited the work.
David Watts, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Leland Smith, Materials Science and Engineering
Josh Shapiro, Electrical Engineering
Brian Roizen, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Ian McKinley, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Hao-Yuan Chang, Electrical Engineering
Igor Bogorad, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Brion Bob, Materials Science and Engineering
Rita Blaik, Materials Science and Engineering
Omar I. Asensio, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainab ility
Nick Nairn-Birch, Rita Blaik, Igor Bogorad, Ian McKinley, Josh Shapiro, Leland Smith
Omar I. Asensio
Copyright Don Liebig/ASUCLA, Rita Blaik
The Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) is the National Science Foundation's flagship interdisciplinary doctoral training program, educating U.S. Ph.D. scientists and engineers by building on the foundations of their disciplinary knowledge with interdisciplinary training. Diversity among the students contributes to their preparation to solve large & complex research problems of significant scientific & societal importance.
The Clean Energy for Green Industry IGERT (CGI) fellowship program at UCLA is designed to develop leaders in the clean energy sector. Emphasis is placed on economic expansion through transformational research, new business, equity & inclusion. Each fellow's participation includes academic, research training and professional development with scientific, business and policy components.