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Scott Dunham

Scott Dunham is Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington.  His CEI-related research interests include organic photovoltaics and plasmonic-enhanced carrier generation as well as fundamental modeling and simulation of both silicon and chalcogenide solar cells. He is a member of SiSoC (Silicon Solar Consortium, an NSF I/UCRC) and BAPVC (Bay Area Photovoltaics Consortium, a SunShot initiative).

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