Jud Ready, who grew up in Chapel Hill, is principal research engineer with the Georgia Tech Research Institute. He pioneered a solar cell of nanotube “towers” coated with four earth-abundant materials: copper, zinc, tin and sulfur. The nanotube arrays were grown using the plasma-enhanced CVD tool behind him.
Jud Ready, who grew up in Chapel Hill, is principal research engineer with the Georgia Tech Research Institute. He pioneered a solar cell of nanotube “towers” coated with four earth-abundant materials: copper, zinc, tin and sulfur. The nanotube arrays were grown using the plasma-enhanced CVD tool behind him. Gary W. Meek/Georgia Tech Contributed
Jud Ready, who grew up in Chapel Hill, is principal research engineer with the Georgia Tech Research Institute. He pioneered a solar cell of nanotube “towers” coated with four earth-abundant materials: copper, zinc, tin and sulfur. The nanotube arrays were grown using the plasma-enhanced CVD tool behind him. Gary W. Meek/Georgia Tech Contributed