The "Light-Material Interactions in Energy Conversion" Energy Frontier Research Center (LMI-EFRC) is a national resource for fundamental optical principles and phenomena relevant to solar energy conversion, and for design of the optical properties of materials and devices used for energy conversion. The LMI-EFRC features a team that spans the campuses of Caltech, Berkeley, Illinois, Harvard, and Stanford, and creates a foundational partnership between scientific leaders in optical properties of matter with experts in solar photovoltaic and photochemical energy conversion and innovators in the design and fabrication of novel electronic and photonic materials.
New frontiers in 3D Printing: Jennifer Lewis' group at Harvard has developed novel active mixing and switching printheads for 3D printing of complex fluids and gels. [more] 09.22.15
We are excited to offer this FREE public webinar featuring presentations and an interactive panel discussion with LMI-EFRC experts! The recorded event is now available for viewing here and on ustream. [watch now] 09.10.15
LMI Annual Meeting
The team met at Caltech last week for a successful meeting full of exciting presentations, discussion, posters, and brainstorming. Pictures coming soon! 09.09.15