Tech Savvy is an event of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) designed to provide to young women and their parents information related to technological opportunities.
A concept for solar cells for space-based electrical power under investigation by a UB EE researcher involves 5-10 micron thick microcrystalline Si films on flexible substrates topped with nanowires (shown here) that provide high optical absorption.
Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (MCEER)
MCEER is one of the foremost centers of its kind in the world. MCEER's overall goal is to enhance the seismic resiliency of communities through improved engineering and management tools for critical infrastructure systems, water supply, electric power, hospitals, transportation systems.
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Researchers in CSEE's Electronics Packaging Laboratory use laser Moire interferometry to measure submicron-scale deformation in solder joints that have been subjected to both elevated temperature and vibration. The lab is a world leader in creating damage mechanics models for electronics.