The NanoAntenna Prospect for Energy Harvesting (Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2009)

Mr Steven Novack, Advisory Scientist
Idaho National Laboratory (INL)
United States
Jun 04, 2009.


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Presentation Summary

  • Nanoantenna concept
  • Accomplishments and barriers to large-scale production
  • Applications of passive, semi-active, and active nanoantenna structures
  • Business Opportunities

Speaker Biography (Steven Novack)

Mr. Steven Novack specializes in guiding and managing multidisciplinary teams for high-risk/high-benefit projects that exemplify transformation technology programs for the National and Homeland Security directorate. Mr. Novack is the program manager for the frequency selective surface work at INL. Steven has worked in quantitative and probabilistic systems analyses for 25 years, having joined the Idaho National Laboratory in 1992. Previously, he worked as a principal analyst at Energy Incorporated and EBASCO Environmental in Seattle. Steven has more than 25 published primary-authored papers and is an inventor on five patent applications. He has also received two 2007 Nano 50 awards and has been recently featured in numerous national and international magazines, including Science Magazine, The Economist, PV Magazine, Photon International, Popular Science, Nanomaterials, and CleanTech to name a few.

Company Profile (Idaho National Laboratory (INL))

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