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Smart Meter Data-driven Targeting of Energy Programs

Engineers in Prof. Ram Rajagopal’s laboratory have developed scalable algorithms to identify energy-usage patterns for efficiently targeting energy efficiency (EE) and demand response (DR) programs. This technology utilizes high resolution temporal ener...
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A general and effective sol-flame method to dope nanowires and thin films

Stanford researchers have discovered a novel method of doping nanowires (NW) and thin films (TF) that greatly improves surface area and performance. The sol-flame method is a fast, simple and low cost way to introduce dopants into NW and TF for a wide var...
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