PDC Seminars are an exciting opportunity for you to showcase your research to your fellow postdocs and get useful and friendly feedback from non-specialists.
Robert Wexler will talk about "A solar cell that sells: the cheap, nontoxic, easy-to-make, but inefficient Cu2ZnSnS4".
Robert is a postdoctoral research associate with Prof. Emily Carter in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He is a theoretical/computational materials chemist interested in the design and development of next-generation technologies for sustainable energy and environmental remediation. His current research includes computational method development for the realistic simulation of materials and materials design for electrocatalysis and solar energy conversion. He earned a B.S. in chemistry from Drexel University and Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania.
And if all this wasn’t motivation enough, there’s also free lunch!
The seminar will take place at the Hoyt Laboratory in Room 307 (third floor) at 12:00PM. The Hoyt Laboratory is located on 25 William st, next to the Louis A. Simpson International Bldg.