Mitzi Elected to Materials Research Society Fellows
February 10, 2018
David Mitzi, Simon Family Professor with faculty appointments in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and in the Department of Chemistry, has been elected to the 2018 class of [...]
Laser Evaporation Technology to Create New Solar Materials
January 3, 2018
Materials scientists at Duke University have developed a method to create hybrid thin-film materials that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to make. The technique could be the gateway to new generations of solar cells, light-emitting diodes and photodetectors.
Energy Initiative Awards Seven New Seed Grants
April 28, 2017
Research projects that explore new possibilities for energy storage, reliability, and sustainable development will receive funding in 2017 from the Duke University Energy Initiative’s Energy Research Seed Fund.
Bringing a Lot of Energy to Research
May 6, 2015
The Duke Energy Initiative‘s annual research collaboration workshop on May 5 was an update on how the campus-wide alliance of more than 130 faculty has been pursuing its goals of making energy “accessible, affordable, reliable and clean.” In short, they’ve [...]
Mitzi Awarded SunShot Initiative Funding to Improve Thin-Film Solar Cell Materials
October 23, 2014
David Mitzi, a professor of mechanical engineering and materials science at Duke University, has been awarded a four-year, $1.3 million cooperative award from the U.S.
David Mitzi: Harvesting More of the Sun’s Shine
August 18, 2014
David Mitzi, an expert in developing new materials for solar cell and other energy applications, has joined the mechanical engineering and materials science department in Duke Universityâ€™s Pratt School of Engineering.