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Hello again, I wanted to share a quick link to a video featuring our research facility in Munich.  This was filmed in November 2009 and discusses some of the work we are doing at Global Research in technology areas such as automated manufacturing for carbon composites and the area in which I work, solar technology research.  Let me know what you think.
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March 11th, 2010 | Electronic Systems amp; Controls, Global Research
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All, something that I wanted to be sure to point out about the Edison program is that it is not just part of Global Research and Edisons are not just based in Niskayuna. The Edison Engineering Development Program spans across the globe and GE #8217;s businesses. Recently, some of the Edisons based at the John F. Welch Technology Center in Bangalore, India, completed the program and during their graduation, took a few moments to reflect back on their time as an Edison. As well, the leader of the Edison program at the JFWTC spoke on what she feels she has gotten out of her role and interaction with Edisons.
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As I’ve mentioned in past blog entries, in Micro and Nano Structures Technologies, we are working on high-temperature electronic devices and circuits made with Silicon Carbide.  One application for high-temperature electronic devices and circuits is in energy production from an energy source that is under the ground we stand on: geothermal energy.
A lot of the energy sources we’re accustomed to come from underground.  Petroleum, coal and natural gas are all harvested from the depths of the earth and have been our primary energy sources for many years.  But geothermal energy has been gaining a lot of attention in recent years.  Though also buried deep into the earth, this source is not a material we burn to produce energy, it is the heat of the earth itself.
As one goes deeper below the earth’s surface, the temperature rises somewhere between 10-50C for every 1000 meters.  Now imagine drilling a well that gets to temperatures of about 300C, and then pumping water in that well; the temperature is hot enough that the water turns into steam.  This steam can be used to run a steam turbine and generate clean electricity.  In order to run the steam turbine efficiently and continue generating constant energy output over the life of the system, one needs to know the conditions in the well in real-time and use that information to control parameters relating to the turbine operation.
There is only one problem with that: the well is about 10km deep (half the length of Manhattan island), and the temperature at the bottom of the well is 300C.  At very high temperatures, electrons leak out of the electrical circuits and sensors; we call this leakage current.  Most conventional electronics, even the ones rated for military applications, can only withstand temperatures of 125C, possibly 150C.  At 300C leakage current of conventional electronics is almost 32,000 times higher than at 150C; conventional packages and interconnects fail.  Long term geothermal well monitoring requires electronics that can survive in the environment for thousands of hours.  Conventional electronics incorporating complex packaging and cooling designs may enable the sensing system to survive and function for a few hours in such a high temperature environment, but practical long-term survivability and functionality requires a substantial shift from the conventional.
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March 9th, 2010 | Micro amp; Nano Structures
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This weekend GE Global Research hosted the Capital Region #8217;s Science Bowl competition for both local middle and high schools. The event is sponsored by the Department of Energy and the winners of this weekend #8217;s competition will be traveling in April to the Nationals in Washington, D.C.!  I spent my Saturday volunteering at the event with about 100 of my colleagues. We were helping to time, moderate, judge, and score the event. I think events like Science Bowl are extremely important to keep middle and high school students motivated, excited, and interested in science. The students who participated are incredibly smart and driven and their passion will be what drives innovation breakthroughs in the future.
The Schenectady Daily Gazette covered the event and put a great story in their Sunday paper. Congratulations to all the teams who competed, and good luck to Bethlehem Central High School and Van Antwerp Middle Schools as they move on to the National Science Bowl competition in Washington, D.C.
Above, Bethlehem High School #8217;s 1st place Science Bowl team
Above, Van Antwerp Middle School #8217;s 1st place Science Bowl team
To view more photos from the Science Bowl competition, please visit the Global Research Flickr page.
March 8th, 2010 | Global Research
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For those of you flying Continental this month, I wanted to let you know that you don’t need to pack a book in your carry on or pick up your usual magazine from an airport kiosk. Continental’s in-flight magazine for the month of March features a great article on GE Global Research’s work in OLED lighting and spotlights my colleague, Anil Duggal.
Even if you aren’t traveling anywhere this March, you can still read the article online at Continental’s Web site. Check it out!
March 5th, 2010 | Ceramic amp; Metallurgy Technologies, Chemical Technologies amp; Materials Characterization, Lighting
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