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November 15th, 2005

Engineering professor named to Scientific American 50

Abstract:
Professor Edward (Ted) H. Sargent of the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering was named a Research Leader in the ranking, which appears in the December issue of Scientific American. Sargent was recognized for advancing the field of solar energy – specifically by developing paintable solar cells that can absorb infrared light, a discovery that could dramatically enhance solar cell performance.

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