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Aaron Lamoureux

Aaron Lamoureux received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, MA and is currently studying towards his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. His research focuses on the understanding of traditional origami and how various folding and cutting techniques can be utilized to fabricate non-planar, flexible optoelectronic devices. By incorporating different feature geometries and surface functionalities, these devices can be tuned for a wide variety of applications (e.g. tandem solar cells, intrinsic solar tracking, Fresnel optics).

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University of Michigan

 


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W2.02 - Origami Solar Cells - Traditional Folding and Cutting Techniques for Advanced, High-Efficiency and Cost-Effective Photovoltaics 
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December 2, 2013   11:00am - 11:15am
 
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