Failure-induced success at Electronic Materials and Applications meeting in Orlando

April 2013
American Ceramic Society Bulletin;Apr2013, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p50
The article discusses the highlights of the Electronic Materials and Applications meeting in Orlando, Florida from January 26 to 25, 2013. Topics covered include the common challenges and opportunities in photovoltaics. The event was attended by materials engineering experts including Bryan Huey, Quanxi Jia and Timothy Haugan.


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