Sturm receives Princeton IP Development Fund
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-throughput manufacturing techniques. Complete article can be found here. The Sturm Group Homepage can be found here.