Construction Electricity

I’ve always had a very curious mind as to how things work. How they’re put together, how they come apart, and how they can be repaired. Not only is it wiring, about lights and switches. There’s a lot of theory that goes behind throwing those boxes in the walls: sizing your wires, bending pipe. I […]

How solar saves sea turtles and the future of fishing: Jesse Senko: Arizona State University (ASU)

– I never would imagine how many different groups of people would be involved, saving sea turtles. (peaceful music) – People love sea turtles. And I don’t know why people love sea turtles, but they’re an important thing to many, many people and it’s not just around the coast. You can go anywhere in this […]

A green battery for home use in rural Africa

More than a billion people live out of the grid and spend up to 30% of their incomes for light and phone charging. Mainly in developing countries and sub-saharan Africa. We developed a consumable-based iron battery that uses iron, paper and iron salt, and that can generate enough power to charge a phone and light […]

ADIOS PETRÓLEO, ADIÓS

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AP* Physics 1 Exam – Part 3: Electricity & Waves | RiceX on edX | Course About Video

My Research: using Machine Learning to detect electricity theft

Hi, I’m Patrick, and I’m a PhD candidate I’m in my third year and I work on the detection of electricity theft using machine learning. Electricity theft is an issue all over the globe but in particular in emerging markets. If you look at Brazil, India, Pakistan, Nigeria – it’s a huge issue and what […]

Solar Cell Research: Letian Dou

My name is Letian Dou. I’m an assistant professor in Chemical Engineering at Purdue University. My research is on solar energy materials and electronics materials. When I was a child, I grew up in China. There was a lot of power shortage and during the night there is no light. We cannot read. We cannot […]

Mapping Electricity Infrastructure with Deep Learning

Great thanks so much, Kyle. I’m Wendell, I’m a Master’s student at the Nicholas School studying energy & environment. Our teammates and I are very excited to be here today to tell you about our work the past year. I’m going to let them introduce themselves starting with Ben. Yes, hi everyone. My name’s Ben […]