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    Greg T. Forcherio is currently a Research Assistant for the Nano-Bio Photonics Lab at the University of Arkansas. Under the advisement of Dr. Keith Roper, he researches the introduction of plasmon-active nanostructures and graphene application to solar photovoltaics, with a strong emphasis in economic viability and industrial scalability.

    He attended Southeast Missouri State University for his BS, majoring in Engineering Physics (Electronics focus) and Applied Mathematics & Statistics. For the summer of 2011 he worked as an undergraduate research fellow at Purdue University for the Network for Photovoltaic Technology under Dr. Mark Lundstrom.


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