Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering

Computer Systems Colloquium

4:15PM, Wednesday, Dec 07, 2005
NEC Auditorium, Gates Computer Science Building B03

The engineering road to cost-efficient solar electricity

Martin Roscheisen
About the talk:

An overview is given of what it takes to make solar electricity cost-efficient to an extent that we will have a solar panel on every building in the future.

About the speaker:

Martin Roscheisen is a technology entrepreneur with a passion for building industry-defining products and companies. Named one of the United States' top 10 entrepreneurs under the age of 40 by Fortune, Martin's track record includes co-founding three companies that delivered more than $1.2 billion in value for investors and employees. An Austrian citizen born in Munich, Martin got his Silicon Valley apprenticeship as a teenager during a year at Xerox PARC. Martin holds a doctorate from Stanford University's School of Engineering.

Contact information:

Martin Roscheisen
Nanosolar, Inc.