Zachary Holman, Ph.D.

Assistant professor, electrical engineering, Arizona State University

 

2018 Moore Inventor Fellow

Zachary Holman, Ph.D.
 

Research Description

Zachary Holman’s invention transforms surfaces by coating them with thin layers of functional nanomaterials. These coatings tailor the way the surface interacts with light, heat and electricity to accelerate the deployment of solar energy by doubling the efficiency of solar modules.

 
 

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Moore Inventor Fellows Science Arizona State University, School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Back

Education

Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota, 2010

B.A., Physics, Reed College, 2005

Awards

ASU Fulton Schools of Engineering Top 5% Teaching Award , 2017 and 2015

Trustees of ASU Professorship, 2016

Joseph C. Palais distinguished Faculty Scholar Award, 2016

Fulton Outstanding Assistant Professor Award, 2016

NSF East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes Fellowship at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2010

University of Minnesota Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2009-2010

Moore Inventor Fellows