cross-appointed in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering and the School of Environmental Studies at Queen's University, Canada. There he runs the Queen's Applied Sustainability Research Group as an adjunct professor.
Associate Professor in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering and in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the Michigan Technological University.
Her research focuses on designing, building and testing an extruder for the RepRap (open-source 3D printer) that uses polymer waste as a feedstock in the groups RecycleBots.
His research focuses on open-source 3-D printing of advanced devices using RepRap technology. He is investigating a combination of printable motors using a mix of PLA, solvable and conductive materials.
His current research is focusing on the use of open-source 3-D printers to fabricate photovoltaic components.
His current research focuses on the use of the group's open source polymer laser welding system to design ultra-low cost heat exchangers and the mechanical testing of polymer components made using the open source RepRap 3-D printer.
He is also interested in the chemistry of making functional materials for open source 3-D printing.
Her research primarily focuses on developing new open-source hardware for advanced 3-D printing applications such as electronic and other functional materials.
His research is on the application of plasmonics to increase the efficiency of thin-film solar photovoltaic devices. He is also interested in PV systems optimization and design.
His research is on the device physics and characterization of InGaN-based photovoltaic cells. He is also working no developing an open-source PV-powered portable 3D-printer.
His research focus is on photovoltaic system design and environmentally responsible manufacturing.
She is working in collobaoration with Dr. Kevin Robbie's group on the development of new thin film coating processes for solar photovoltaic devices.