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Artit Wangperawong

ArtitElectrical Engineer

Scientists study the universe around us as it is.  Engineers utilize science to control the world around us for some purpose.  For this reason I decided to become an engineer.  My personal purpose with this career is to create technological breakthroughs that enable a higher quality of life for inhabitants of this planet.  Specifically, I am working on making photovoltaics inexpensive and efficient to eradicate the use of dirty energy.

Photovoltaics (PV) is a means by which light is converted into electricity.  Although the costs of PV-generated electricity have been falling substantially within the past 20 years, it still costs more than coal-generated electricity.  I am searching for new materials and new processes to compete with coal.

Artit is a graduate student of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University

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