The goal of the Clean Energy Project is to help find high performance materials for the next generation of plastic solar cells. This effort is lead by Professor Alán Aspuru-Guzik at Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA).
The Clean Energy Project team at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University includes:
- Professor Alán Aspuru-Guzik, Principle Investigator
- Dr. Johannes Hachmann, Research Associate
- Dr. Sule Atahan-Evrenk, Research Associate
- Dr. Suleyman Er, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
- Martin Blood-Foresythe, Graduate Student
- Supriva Shrestha, Graduate Student
- Aidan Daly, Undergraduate Student
- László Seress, Undergraduate Student
- Carolina Roman-Salgado, Web Developer
- Jarrod McClean, Graduate Student
- Dr. Xavier Andrade, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
- Adrian Jinich, Graduate Student
- Roberto Olivares-Amaya, Graduate Student; now Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Princeton University
- Lauren Kaye, Undergraduate Student; now Freelance Animation Artist in New York, New York
- Leon Xueliang Liu, Graduate Student; now in the Lieber Group
- Aryeh Gold-Parker, Undergraduate Student; now Graduate Student at Stanford University
- Dr. Roel Sigifredo Sanchez-Carrera, Postdoctoral Research Fellow; now Researcher at Bosch Research and Technology Center North America
- Anna Brockway, REU Undergraduate Student from Haverford College; now Research Fellow at Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
- Leslie Vogt, Graduate Student; now Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Yale University
- Alexander Ramek, Undergraduate Student; now Researcher at D.E. Shaw Research
- Erica Lin, Undergraduate Student; now Graduate Student at MIT
External collaborators and contributers:
- Professor Carlos Amador-Bedolla, Faculty of Chemistry, National Autonomous University of Mexico
- Professor Zhenan Bao, Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
- Dr. Henning Richter, Nano-C, Inc.
- Dr. Yihan Shao, Q-Chem, Inc.
- Dr. Alexander Sodt, NIH
- Dr. Zhenting Gan, Q-Chem, Inc.
- Dr. Jing Kong, Q-Chem, Inc.
- Dr. Marcus Hanwell, Kitware, Inc.
- Dr. James Cuff, FAS-RC, Harvard University
- Dr. Jerry Lotto, FAS-RC, Harvard University
- Dr. Christopher Walker, FAS-RC, Harvard University
- Michael Ethier, FAS-RC, Harvard University
- Dr. Suvendra Dutta, FAS-RC, Harvard University
- Matthew Nicholson, FAS-RC, Harvard University
- Dr. Sergio Boixo, Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California
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