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:
Register now! to join stakeholders from industry, academia, and government at an open house to celebrate the SDLE Center, a new, state-of-the-art facility focused on lifetime and degradation science for solar materials and all environmentally exposed, long-lived technologies. There will be networking and tours of the SDLE Center labs and outdoor SunFarm.
Renowned solar expert Dr. David Faiman visits the SDLE Center Tuesday August 21 to learn more about the research going on, tour the SDLE facilities, and give a presentation to the CWRU community titled "25 Years of Photovoltaic Testing Outdoors in the Negev Desert." Dr.
Myles Murray, a doctoral candidate in CWRU's SDLE Center, contributed an editorial to the Cleveland Plain Dealer advocating for the need and efficacy of solar power in greater Cleveland. Read the full article here.
On Monday, April 9, the SDLE Center, in cooperation with CWRU's Great Lakes Energy Institute and Ohio State University's Wright Center for Photovoltaics Innovation and Commercialization (PVIC), hosted a Solar Durability Workshop that brought together nearly 100 representatives from industry, academia, and government. The following speakers and presentations were featured at the event.