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solid state lighting

  • With a Ph.D. from UCSB, newly minted electrical engineer Anisa Myzaferi sets off on new adventure in education

  • 2015 Year of Light

    Symposium on next-generation lighting and light-based research will feature talks by four Nobel laureates

  • Shuji Nakamura, who won the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics, is named a 2015 Global Energy Prize Laureate

  • Ram Seshadri, professor of materials, and of chemistry and biochemistry, demonstrates the optimal structure for phosphors
    Ram Seshadri, professor of materials, and of chemistry and biochemistry, demonstrates the optimal structure for phosphors

    Building upon a theory developed by UC Santa Barbara professor and 1998 Nobel Laureate Walter Kohn, and utilizing the bright blue LED invented by UCSB professor Shuji Nakamura, reserachers at the university's Solid State Lighting $ Energy Center...

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