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In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to win your dream job and be the first in line for a promotion.
Energy experts predict that wholesale electricity prices could easily rise 35 to 65 percent by 2015. Add to this the growing need for energy independence and the need to reduce carbon emissions and it is very clear that the development of low-cost renewable energy, such as solar energy, is essential for our economy and our national security. With the potential for low-cost, renewable energy that can create jobs while reducing our dependency on foreign oil, solar cell technology provides a very attractive and plausible option.
Presenting a well-balanced mix of theory and applications, Solar Cell Technology and Applications addresses critical design aspects representing cutting-edge solar cell technology. It offers complete coverage of the latest advances in the field, including low-cost, high-efficiency elements and the latest approaches in solar cell designs. The book discusses:
Using conventional nomenclature, a consistent set of symbols, and identical units for ease of comprehension, this time-saving resource supplies pioneering engineers, research scientists, professors, and students with the understanding needed to spark the advancements that must be made to maximize the economic and environmental benefits of this relatively untapped and abundant renewable energy resource.
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Patricia Scudamore and Hilton Catt have many years' experience of working in recruitment, enabling them to offer the perspective of both employer and candidate. They have written more than 25 books based on their experience of what it takes to make careers work in today's rapidly changing and uncertain world. They were among the first to embrace the idea of people taking on the job of managing their own careers rather than leaving it to employers to do the thinking for them.
They have seen for themselves the richness and diversity of modern careers, and exploiting this richness and diversity to the full is one of the central themes in their work. They have written a number of other books in the Teach Yourself series.
The perfect gift, and the easiest gift--because we all know someone who deserves a pat on the back, a big thumbs-up, or just a special "thank-you"! You Are Doing a Freaking Great Job is a vibrant, colorful, pocket-size book of encouragement. Created by more than 20 artists and designers--from the well-known Etsy favorites Emily McDowell (who did the cover art) and Mary Kate McDevitt, to emerging talents Lindsay Whitehead and J. Zachary Keenan--this powerful little book is filled with nearly 200 uplifting and inspiring quotes, lyrics, and words of advice rendered in the original hand-lettered style of art that is pinned and repinned on Pinterest and sold on Etsy.
This volume consists of a selection of research-type articles on dynamical systems, evolution equations, analytic number theory and closely related topics. A strong emphasis is on a fair balance between theoretical and more applied work, thus spanning the chasm between abstract insight and actual application. Several of the articles are expected to be in the intersection of dynamical systems theory and number theory. One article will likely relate the topics presented to the academic achievements and interests of Prof. Leutbecher and shed light on common threads among all the contributions.Confirmed contributors include: Professor Josef F Dorfmeister (Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany) Dr Dominik Eberlein (Logivations GmbH, Germany) Professor Joachim Fischer (Siemens Kunststiftung, Germany) Professor Thomas Hagen (University of Memphis, USA) Professor Sandra Hayes (City University of New York, USA) Professor Bernhard Heim (German University of Technology, Oman) Dr Andreas Henn (Technische Universitat Dortmund, Germany) Professor Thomas Honold (Zhejiang University, China) Dr Michael Kiermaier (Universitat Bayreuth, Germany) Professor Aloys Krieg (RWTH Aachen, Germany) Professor Hui Ma (Tsinghua University, China) Sabyasachi Mukherjee (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany) Professor Florian Rupp (German University of Technology, Oman) Professor Jurgen Scheurle (Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany) Professor Dierk Schleicher (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany) Professor Hartmut Schwertlick (University of Bath, UK) Dr Stephan Schmitz (Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany) Professor Yuri Suris (Technische Universitat Berlin, Germany) Professor Christian Wolf (City University of New York, USA) Professor Johannes Zimmer (University of Bath, UK)
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