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STEMoirs

Sebastian Husein

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STEMoirs

STEMoirs

Sebastian Husein

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Stories from the people behind the science.

Latest Episodes

Eps. 13: Professor Rebecca Saive

Professor Rebecca Saive discusses solar energy, mosques, and mirrors; west coast swing, horse riding, and travel; and what it's like being a woman in science.

64 MIN2019 SEP 3
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Eps. 13: Professor Rebecca Saive

Eps. 12: Professor Mariana Bertoni

The notorious M.I.B. joins the podcast - Mariana I. Bertoni discusses life as a professor, how she switched from oil companies to solar, and why the pressures of teaching are all worth it.

61 MIN2019 JUN 16
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Eps. 12: Professor Mariana Bertoni

Eps. 11: Professor Zachary Holman

Hear Professor Zak Holman talk about his world-traveling cats, his research work in solar energy, and how he started his lecturing rap career.

38 MIN2019 JUN 15
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Eps. 11: Professor Zachary Holman

Eps. 10: A podcast update

An update about the future of the podcast.

6 MIN2019 JUN 8
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Eps. 10: A podcast update

Eps. 9: Professor Alex Freundlich

Professor Alex Freundlich tells us about making solar cells from moon dust, cutting chickens with sunlight, and his experiences in solar energy research.

26 MIN2019 JUN 8
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Eps. 9: Professor Alex Freundlich

Eps. 8: Abhishek Iyer

Abhishek Iyer, Ph.D. candidate from the University of Delaware, talks about his solar energy startup SHIO and winning the 2018 LaunchR clean tech innovation competition.

57 MIN2019 JUN 8
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Eps. 8: Abhishek Iyer

Eps. 7: David Needell

David Needell, Ph.D. candidate at Caltech explains what luminescent solar concentrators are, his time in Hawaii at the WCPEC conference, and how volcanoes keep erupting around him.

45 MIN2019 JUN 8
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Eps. 7: David Needell

Eps. 6: Simone Bernardini

Simone Bernardini explains about the academic journal publishing process, and electron lifetimes in silicon for solar cells.

26 MIN2019 JUN 7
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Eps. 6: Simone Bernardini

Eps. 5: April Jeffries

Chatting with April Jeffries, Ph.D. in Materials Science, about her startup solar energy company and going through the NSF iCorps program.

28 MIN2019 JUN 7
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Eps. 5: April Jeffries

Eps. 4: Pablo Guimera Coll

Chatting with Pablo Guimera Coll, winner of the '15 NSF "Perfect Pitch" competition, co-founder of Crystal Sonic, and Ph.D. student at ASU.

27 MIN2019 JUN 7
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Eps. 4: Pablo Guimera Coll

Latest Episodes

Eps. 13: Professor Rebecca Saive

Professor Rebecca Saive discusses solar energy, mosques, and mirrors; west coast swing, horse riding, and travel; and what it's like being a woman in science.

64 MIN2019 SEP 3
Comments
Eps. 13: Professor Rebecca Saive

Eps. 12: Professor Mariana Bertoni

The notorious M.I.B. joins the podcast - Mariana I. Bertoni discusses life as a professor, how she switched from oil companies to solar, and why the pressures of teaching are all worth it.

61 MIN2019 JUN 16
Comments
Eps. 12: Professor Mariana Bertoni

Eps. 11: Professor Zachary Holman

Hear Professor Zak Holman talk about his world-traveling cats, his research work in solar energy, and how he started his lecturing rap career.

38 MIN2019 JUN 15
Comments
Eps. 11: Professor Zachary Holman

Eps. 10: A podcast update

An update about the future of the podcast.

6 MIN2019 JUN 8
Comments
Eps. 10: A podcast update

Eps. 9: Professor Alex Freundlich

Professor Alex Freundlich tells us about making solar cells from moon dust, cutting chickens with sunlight, and his experiences in solar energy research.

26 MIN2019 JUN 8
Comments
Eps. 9: Professor Alex Freundlich

Eps. 8: Abhishek Iyer

Abhishek Iyer, Ph.D. candidate from the University of Delaware, talks about his solar energy startup SHIO and winning the 2018 LaunchR clean tech innovation competition.

57 MIN2019 JUN 8
Comments
Eps. 8: Abhishek Iyer

Eps. 7: David Needell

David Needell, Ph.D. candidate at Caltech explains what luminescent solar concentrators are, his time in Hawaii at the WCPEC conference, and how volcanoes keep erupting around him.

45 MIN2019 JUN 8
Comments
Eps. 7: David Needell

Eps. 6: Simone Bernardini

Simone Bernardini explains about the academic journal publishing process, and electron lifetimes in silicon for solar cells.

26 MIN2019 JUN 7
Comments
Eps. 6: Simone Bernardini

Eps. 5: April Jeffries

Chatting with April Jeffries, Ph.D. in Materials Science, about her startup solar energy company and going through the NSF iCorps program.

28 MIN2019 JUN 7
Comments
Eps. 5: April Jeffries

Eps. 4: Pablo Guimera Coll

Chatting with Pablo Guimera Coll, winner of the '15 NSF "Perfect Pitch" competition, co-founder of Crystal Sonic, and Ph.D. student at ASU.

27 MIN2019 JUN 7
Comments
Eps. 4: Pablo Guimera Coll
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