Rachel Segalman: Presentation and Video

 Molecular and Polymer Solution Processible Thermoelectrics

Thermoelectric materials for energy generation have several advantages over conventional power cycles including lack of moving parts, silent operation, miniaturizability, and CO2 free conversion of heat to electricity.  In this talk, Rachel Segalman will discuss both the use of thermoelectric measurements to gain insight to molecular junctions and how this insight translates to design principles for polymer and hybrid thermoelectrics. 


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