Prof. Naveen Verma is recipient of the Helen Shipley Hunt Fund. This is an internal fund that supports practical engineering applications aimed at improving human health through applied projects. Broadly, Prof. Verma’s research investigates low-power biomedical sensing systems that can analyze physiological signals to provide clinically-valuable outputs.
Archive – February 2012
Prof. James Sturm's project (Silicon-Organic Heterojunctions for Low-Cost Highly-Efficient Photovoltaics) is one of five recipients of support from Princeton Intellectual Property (IP) Development Fund. The purpose of this fund is to support early-stage projects of products that can benefit society. The aim of Prof. Sturm's project is to commercially develop a new photovoltaic technology based on silicon-organic heterojunctions, tiny electronic structures fabricated using inexpensive high-thro