Dr. Jamal Uddin Simulated Most Efficient Solar Cell
Coppin's research includes creating cells that act as rechargeable batteries for night vision goggles used by soldiers at war.
Dr. Jamal Uddin and his team utilized the metaphysics software COMSOL and the online software program PC1D to make this world record.
"It is really fantastic and encouraging for our university to achieve such exciting results," said Dr. Jamal Uddin. "It was a surprising discovery and now we are excited to proceed with further research in nanotechnology." Dr. Jamal Uddin expects to achieve about 50% conversion efficiency by the december 2010.
The Copping research team will present their new invention to renowned nanotech scientists, scholars and visitors from army research LAB at Detrick, Maryland on Tuesday, October 26,2010.
It should be mentioned that Dr. Jamal Uddin is a Bangladeshi and had his B.Sc and M.Sc in Chemistry from Department of Chemistry, Dhaka University.
Link: Dr. Jamal Uddin at Coppin University