The SDLE Research Center at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) is a world-class research center dedicated to data science and analytics applied to materials and energy science.
Established in 2011 by Professor Roger H French, the SDLE Center focuses on:
The SDLE Center at Case Western Reserve University was recently featured in a news story published by Solar Power World. Watch the video here.
The Solar Durability and Lifetime Extension (SDLE) Center is excited to announce the beginning of a 3 year sponsored research project funded by 3M Company. The $480,000 project will focus on polymeric materials in products used outdoors and looking for ways to improve their durability by better understanding how and why they break down.
Timothy Peshek, research assistant professor of Materials Science and Engineering who is part of the Solar Durability and Lifetime Extension Center, is one of just 10 researchers from around the world to receive funding through Google’s Little Box Challenge Academic Awards.
The SDLE Center is excited to announce the beginning of a 2nd sponsored research project being funded by CertainTeed's Siding Products Group, a subsidiary of Saint-Gobain. The one-year commitment will focus on materials being used in CertainTeed’s Siding Products Group and looking for ways to improve their durability.