Splash at Northwestern: Winter Splash February 26th, 2023


NU Splash Biography

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PRANEET ADUSUMILLI, Northwestern Graduate Student studying Materials




College: Northwestern University

Major: Materials Science & Engineering

Year of Graduation: Not available.

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Praneet Adusumilli is a PhD degree candidate in the department of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University. His graduate work consists of studying novel source-drain contact materials for tomorrow's transistor devices in microelectronic chips. He received a bachelors degree in Metallurgical Engineering in 2006 from the Banaras Hindu University, India. He has authored 5 peer reviewed publications and has won many academic awards including the prestigious IBM Ph.D. Fellowship.



Past Classes

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E22: Modern Energy Technologies in Splash 2010 (Apr. 03, 2010)
How do we harness wind and sun energy? How do we store and transmit energy? In this class you will get a broad review of all types of energy technologies that span Supply (where does our energy come from), Demand (where and how is the energy used), and Storage & Transmission (how can we hold on to energy for later use and for far away locations). This is a review class, no major math or science needed - just a desire to learn more about our energy future. Includes hands-on demonstrations.