Joshua Pearce

Profile Picture of Joshua Pearce
Title
Richard Witte Professor

Department
Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Institution
Michigan Technological University

Email
pearce@mtu.edu
Education
  • PhD Materials Engineering, Penn State University
Research Interests
Open Source Hardware Development   Open Hardware   RepRap  

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Biography
Joshua M. Pearce received his Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. He then developed the first Sustainability program in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and helped develop the Applied Sustainability graduate engineering program while at Queen's University, Canada. He currently is the Richard Witte Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and a Professor cross-appointed in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering and in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the Michigan Technological University where he runs the Open Sustainability Technology Research Group. He was a Fulbright-Aalto University Distinguished Chair (2017-2018) and is a visiting professor of Photovoltaics and Nanoengineering at Aalto University. His research concentrates on the use of open source appropriate technology to find collaborative solutions to problems in sustainability and poverty reduction. His research spans areas of electronic device physics and materials engineering of solar photovoltaic cells, and RepRap 3-D printing, but also includes applied sustainability and energy policy. His research is regularly covered by the international and national press and it is continually ranked in the top 0.1% on Academia.edu. He is the faculty advisor for the Michigan Tech Open Source Hardware Enterprise. He is the editor-in-chief of HardwareX, a journal dedicated to open source scientific hardware and the author of the Open-Source Lab:How to Build Your Own Hardware and Reduce Research Costs.
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List of Publications (100)
In 2017
100

Tensile Strength of Commercial Polymer Materials for Fused Filament Fabrication 3-D Printing. NG Tanikella, B Wittbrodt, JM Pearce .

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99

Experimental characterization of heat transfer in an additively manufactured polymer heat exchanger. MA Arie, AH Shooshtari, R Tiwari, SV Dessiatoun, MM Ohadi, JM Pearce Applied Thermal Engineering 113, 575-584, 2017.

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98

Emergence of Home Manufacturing in the Developed World: Return on Investment for Open-Source 3-D Printers. EE Petersen, J Pearce Technologies 5 (1), 7, 2017.

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In 2016
97

Global value chains from a 3D printing perspective. AO Laplume, B Petersen, JM Pearce Journal of International Business Studies 47 (5), 595-609, 2016.

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96

Return on investment for open source scientific hardware development. JM Pearce Science and Public Policy 43 (2), 192-195, 2016.

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95

Levelized cost of electricity for solar photovoltaic, battery and cogen hybrid systems. AS Mundada, KK Shah, JM Pearce Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 57, 692-703, 2016.

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94

The potential of agrivoltaic systems. H Dinesh, JM Pearce Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 54, 299-308, 2016.

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93

A review of greenhouse gas emission liabilities as the value of renewable energy for mitigating lawsuits for climate change related damages. N Heidari, JM Pearce Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 55, 899-908, 2016.

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92

Free and open-source control software for 3-D motion and processing. B Wijnen, G Anzalone, A Haselhuhn, P Sanders, J Pearce .

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91

Open-source, self-replicating 3-D printer factory for small-business manufacturing. A Laplume, GC Anzalone, JM Pearce The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 85 (1-4), 633-642, 2016.

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90

A new method of preparing highly conductive ultra-thin indium tin oxide for plasmonic-enhanced thin film solar photovoltaic devices. J Gwamuri, A Vora, J Mayandi, D Gney, PL Bergstrom, JM Pearce Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 149, 250-257, 2016.

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In 2015
89

The effects of PLA color on material properties of 3-D printed components. B Wittbrodt, JM Pearce Additive Manufacturing 8, 110-116, 2015.

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88

Open-source 3-D printing technologies for education: Bringing additive manufacturing to the classroom. C Schelly, G Anzalone, B Wijnen, JM Pearce Journal of Visual Languages & Computing 28, 226-237, 2015.

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87

Multi-material additive and subtractive prosumer digital fabrication with a free and open-source convertible delta RepRap 3-D printer. GC Anzalone, B Wijnen, JM Pearce Rapid Prototyping Journal 21 (5), 506-519, 2015.

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86

Resilience to global food supply catastrophes. SD Baum, DC Denkenberger, JM Pearce, A Robock, R Winkler Environment Systems and Decisions, 1-13, 2015.

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85

Quantifying the value of open source hardware development. JM Pearce Modern Economy 6 (1), 1, 2015.

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84

Polymer recycling codes for distributed manufacturing with 3-D printers. EJ Hunt, C Zhang, N Anzalone, JM Pearce Resources, Conservation and Recycling 97, 24-30, 2015.

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83

In situ formation of substrate release mechanisms for gas metal arc weld metal 3-D printing. AS Haselhuhn, B Wijnen, GC Anzalone, PG Sanders, JM Pearce Journal of Materials Processing Technology 226, 50-59, 2015.

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82

Performance of US hybrid distributed energy systems: Solar photovoltaic, battery and combined heat and power. KK Shah, AS Mundada, JM Pearce Energy Conversion and Management 105, 71-80, 2015.

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81

Applications of Open Source 3-D Printing on Small Farms. JM Pearce Organic Farming 1 (1), 19-35, 2015.

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80

A novel synthesis of tin oxide thin films by the sol-gel process for optoelectronic applications. M Marikkannan, V Vishnukanthan, A Vijayshankar, J Mayandi, JM Pearce AIP Advances 5 (2), 027122, 2015.

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79

Impact of Snow and ground interference on photovoltaic electric system performance. N Heidari, J Gwamuri, T Townsend, JM Pearce IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 5 (6), 1680-1685, 2015.

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In 2014
78

Mechanical properties of components fabricated with open-source 3-D printers under realistic environmental conditions. BM Tymrak, M Kreiger, JM Pearce Materials & Design 58, 242-246, 2014.

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77

Open-Source Lab: How to Build Your Own Hardware and Reduce Research Costs. JM Pearce Elsevier, 2014.

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76

Life cycle analysis of distributed recycling of post-consumer high density polyethylene for 3-D printing filament. MA Kreiger, ML Mulder, AG Glover, JM Pearce Journal of Cleaner Production 70, 90-96, 2014.

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75

Open-Source Syringe Pump Library. B Wijnen, EJ Hunt, GC Anzalone, JM Pearce PLoS One 9 (9), e107216, 2014.

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74

Exchanging Ohmic Losses in Metamaterial Absorbers with Useful Optical Absorption for Photovoltaics. A Vora, J Gwamuri, N Pala, A Kulkarni, JM Pearce, D Gney Scientific Reports 4, 2014.

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73

Optimizing limited solar roof access by exergy analysis of solar thermal, photovoltaic, and hybrid photovoltaic thermal systems. MJM Pathak, PG Sanders, JM Pearce Applied Energy 120, 115-124, 2014.

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72

Effects of spectral albedo on solar photovoltaic devices. MP Brennan, AL Abramase, RW Andrews, JM Pearce Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 124, 111-116, 2014.

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71

Securitization of residential solar photovoltaic assets: Costs, risks and uncertainty. T Alafita, JM Pearce Energy Policy 67, 488-498, 2014.

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70

Open-source mobile water quality testing platform. B Wijnen, GC Anzalone, JM Pearce Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development 4 (3), 532537, 2014.

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69

Multi-resonant silver nano-disk patterned thin film hydrogenated amorphous silicon solar cells for Staebler-Wronski effect compensation. A Vora, J Gwamuri, JM Pearce, PL Bergstrom, D Gney Journal of Applied Physics 116 (9), 093103, 2014.

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68

The RepRap 3-D printer revolution in STEM education. JL Irwin, JM Pearce, G Anzolone, DE Oppliger 121st ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 15-18, 2014.

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67

Reversing the Trend of Large Scale and Centralization in Manufacturing: The Case of Distributed Manufacturing of Customizable 3-D-Printable Self-Adjustable Glasses. J Gwamuri, BT Wittbrodt, NC Anzalone, JM Pearce Challenges in Sustainability 2 (1), 30-40, 2014.

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66

Mobile Open-Source Solar-Powered 3-D Printers for Distributed Manufacturing in Off-Grid Communities. DL King, A Babasola, J Rozario, JM Pearce Challenges in Sustainability 2 (1), 18-27, 2014.

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65

Evaluation of potential fair trade standards for an ethical 3-D printing filament. SR Feeley, B Wijnen, JM Pearce Journal of Sustainable Development 7 (5), 2014.

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In 2013
64

Life-cycle economic analysis of distributed manufacturing with open-source 3-D printers. BT Wittbrodt, AG Glover, J Laureto, GC Anzalone, D Oppliger, JL Irwin, ... Mechatronics 23 (6), 713-726, 2013.

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63

Environmental Life Cycle Analysis of Distributed Three-Dimensional Printing and Conventional Manufacturing of Polymer Products. M Kreiger, JM Pearce ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 1 (12), 1511-1519, 2013.

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62

Distributed recycling of waste polymer into RepRap feedstock. C Baechler, M DeVuono, JM Pearce Rapid Prototyping Journal 19 (2), 118-125, 2013.

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61

Open-Source 3D-Printable Optics Equipment. C Zhang, NC Anzalone, RP Faria, JM Pearce PLOS ONE 8 (3), e59840, 2013.

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60

Characteristics of Self-Assembled Ultrathin Nafion Films. DK Paul, K Karan, A Docoslis, JB Giorgi, J Pearce Macromolecules 46 (9), 3461-3475, 2013.

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59

Open-Source Colorimeter. GC Anzalone, AG Glover, JM Pearce Sensors 13 (4), 5338-5346, 2013.

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58

A low-cost open-source metal 3-D printer. GC Anzalone, C Zhang, B Wijnen, PG Sanders, JM Pearce IEEE Access 1, 803-810, 2013.

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57

Toward renewable energy geo-information infrastructures: Applications of GIScience and remote sensing that build institutional capacity. K Calvert, JM Pearce, WE Mabee Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 18, 416-429, 2013.

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56

Progress in indium gallium nitride materials for solar photovoltaic energy conversion. DVP McLaughlin, JM Pearce Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 44 (4), 1947-1954, 2013.

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55

The effects of snowfall on solar photovoltaic performance. RW Andrews, A Pollard, JM Pearce Solar Energy 92, 84-97, 2013.

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54

Environmental Impacts of Distributed Manufacturing from 3-D Printing of Polymer Components and Products. M Kreiger, JM Pearce MRS Online Proceedings Library 1492, mrsf12-1492-g01-02, 2013.

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53

The effect of spectral albedo on amorphous silicon and crystalline silicon solar photovoltaic device performance. RW Andrews, JM Pearce Solar Energy 91, 233-241, 2013.

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52

Distributed recycling of post-consumer plastic waste in rural areas. M Kreiger, GC Anzalone, ML Mulder, A Glover, JM Pearce MRS Proceedings 1492, 91-96, 2013.

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51

Improved performance of hybrid photovoltaic-trigeneration systems over photovoltaic-cogen systems including effects of battery storage. AH Nosrat, LG Swan, JM Pearce Energy 49, 366-374, 2013.

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50

Life cycle analysis of silane recycling in amorphous silicon-based solar photovoltaic manufacturing. MA Kreiger, DR Shonnard, JM Pearce Resources, Conservation and Recycling 70, 44-49, 2013.

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In 2012
49

Building Research Equipment with Free, Open-Source Hardware. JM Pearce Science 337 (6100), 1303-1304, 2012.

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48

The case for open source appropriate technology. JM Pearce Environment, Development and Sustainability 14, 425-431, 2012.

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47

Make nanotechnology research open-source. JM Pearce Nature 491 (7425), 519, 2012.

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46

Incorporating shading losses in solar photovoltaic potential assessment at the municipal scale. HT Nguyen, JM Pearce Solar Energy 86 (5), 1245-1260, 2012.

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45

The Application of LiDAR to Assessment of Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic Deployment Potential in a Municipal District Unit. HT Nguyen, JM Pearce, R Harrap, G Barber Sensors 12 (4), 4534-4558, 2012.

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44

A new model for enabling innovation in appropriate technology for sustainable development. J Pearce, S Albritton, G Grant, G Steed, I Zelenika Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 8 (2), 42-53, 2012.

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43

Effects on amorphous silicon photovoltaic performance from high-temperature annealing pulses in photovoltaic thermal hybrid devices. MJM Pathak, JM Pearce, SJ Harrison Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 100, 199-203, 2012.

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42

Open-source development of solar photovoltaic technology. AJ Buitenhuis, JM Pearce Energy for Sustainable Development 16 (3), 379-388, 2012.

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41

Limitations of Nuclear Power as a Sustainable Energy Source. JM Pearce Sustainability 4 (6), 1173-1187, 2012.

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40

The effect of hybrid photovoltaic thermal device operating conditions on intrinsic layer thickness optimization of hydrogenated amorphous silicon solar cells. MJM Pathak, K Girotra, SJ Harrison, JM Pearce Solar Energy 86 (9), 2673-2677, 2012.

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39

Prediction of energy effects on photovoltaic systems due to snowfall events. RW Andrews, JM Pearce 2012 38th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 003386-003391, 2012.

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38

The application of smartphone technology to economic and environmental analysis of building energy conservation strategies. P Leslie, JM Pearce, R Harrap, S Daniel International Journal of Sustainable Energy 31 (5), 295-311, 2012.

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In 2011
37

A review of solar photovoltaic levelized cost of electricity. K Branker, MJM Pathak, JM Pearce Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15 (9), 4470-4482, 2011.

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36

Dispatch strategy and model for hybrid photovoltaic and trigeneration power systems. A Nosrat, JM Pearce Applied Energy 88 (9), 3270-3276, 2011.

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35

Barriers to appropriate technology growth in sustainable development. I Zelenika, JM Pearce Journal of Sustainable Development 4 (6), p12, 2011.

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34

Understanding the Ionomer Structure and the Proton Conduction Mechanism in PEFC Catalyst Layer: Adsorbed Nafion on Model Substrate. D Paul, A Fraser, J Pearce, K Karan ECS, 2011.

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33

Environmental and economic assessment of a greenhouse waste heat exchange. R Andrews, JM Pearce Journal of Cleaner Production 19 (13), 1446-1454, 2011.

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In 2010
32

Quantifying rooftop solar photovoltaic potential for regional renewable energy policy. LK Wiginton, HT Nguyen, JM Pearce Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 34 (4), 345-357, 2010.

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31

3-D printing of open source appropriate technologies for self-directed sustainable development. JM Pearce, C Morris Blair, KJ Laciak, R Andrews, A Nosrat, ... Journal of Sustainable Development 3 (4), p17, 2010.

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30

Producer responsibility and recycling solar photovoltaic modules. NC McDonald, JM Pearce Energy Policy 38 (11), 7041-7047, 2010.

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29

Estimating potential photovoltaic yield with r. sun and the open source Geographical Resources Analysis Support System. HT Nguyen, JM Pearce Solar Energy 84 (5), 831-843, 2010.

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28

Towards real energy economics: Energy policy driven by life-cycle carbon emission. R Kenny, C Law, JM Pearce Energy Policy 38 (4), 1969-1978, 2010.

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27

Financial return for government support of large-scale thin-film solar photovoltaic manufacturing in Canada. K Branker, JM Pearce Energy Policy 38 (8), 4291-4303, 2010.

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26

Foreign Languages and Sustainability: Addressing the Connections, Communities, and Comparisons Standards in Higher Education. EE Ter Horst, JM Pearce Foreign Language Annals 43 (3), 365-383, 2010.

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25

Open design-based strategies to enhance appropriate technology development. AJ Buitenhuis, I Zelenika, JM Pearce Proceedings of the 14th annual national collegiate inventors and innovators , 2010.

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In 2009
24

Expanding photovoltaic penetration with residential distributed generation from hybrid solar photovoltaic and combined heat and power systems. JM Pearce Energy 34 (11), 1947-1954, 2009.

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23

Appropedia as a tool for service learning in sustainable development. JM Pearce Journal of Education for Sustainable Development 3 (1), 45-53, 2009.

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22

Optimizing design of household scale hybrid solar photovoltaic+ combined heat and power systems for Ontario. P Derewonko, JM Pearce 2009 34th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC), 001274-001279, 2009.

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21

Overcoming technical constraints for obtaining sustainable development with open source appropriate technology. JM Pearce, U Mushtaq 2009 IEEE Toronto International Conference Science and Technology for , 2009.

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In 2008
20

Industrial symbiosis of very large-scale photovoltaic manufacturing. JM Pearce Renewable Energy 33 (5), 1101-1108, 2008.

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19

Thermodynamic limitations to nuclear energy deployment as a greenhouse gas mitigation technology. JM Pearce International Journal of Nuclear Governance, Economy and Ecology 2 (1), 113-130, 2008.

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Leveraging information technology, social entrepreneurship and global collaboration for just sustainable development. JM Pearce, L Grafman, T Colledge, R Legg Proceedings of the 12th annual national collegiate inventors and innovators , 2008.

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In 2007
17

Optimization of open circuit voltage in amorphous silicon solar cells with mixed-phase (amorphous+ nanocrystalline) p-type contacts of low nanocrystalline content. JM Pearce, N Podraza, RW Collins, MM Al-Jassim, KM Jones, J Deng, ... Journal of Applied Physics 101 (11), 114301-114301-7, 2007.

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16

3D-mapping optimization of embodied energy of transportation. JM Pearce, SJ Johnson, GB Grant Resources, Conservation and Recycling 51 (2), 435-453, 2007.

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15

Energy conservation from systematic tire pressure regulation. JM Pearce, JT Hanlon Energy policy 35 (4), 2673-2677, 2007.

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In 2005
14

Double amorphous silicon-carbide p-layer structures producing highly stabilized pin-type protocrystalline silicon multilayer solar cells. SY Myong, KS Lim, JM Pearce Applied Physics Letters 87 (19), 193509-193509-3, 2005.

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13

Interdisciplinary environmental education: communicating and applying energy efficiency for sustainability. JM Pearce, C Russill Applied Environmental Education & Communication 4 (1), 65-72, 2005.

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In 2004
12

Analytical model for the optical functions of amorphous semiconductors and its applications for thin film solar cells. AS Ferlauto, GM Ferreira, JM Pearce, CR Wronski, RW Collins, X Deng, ... Thin Solid Films 455, 388-392, 2004.

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Intrinsic and light induced gap states in a-Si: H materials and solar cellseffects of microstructure. CR Wronski, JM Pearce, J Deng, V Vlahos, RW Collins Thin Solid Films 451, 470-475, 2004.

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Evaluation of compositional depth profiles in mixed-phase (amorphous+ crystalline) silicon films from real time spectroscopic ellipsometry. AS Ferlauto, GM Ferreira, RJ Koval, JM Pearce, CR Wronski, RW Collins, ... Thin solid films 455, 665-669, 2004.

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In 2003
9

Evolution of microstructure and phase in amorphous, protocrystalline, and microcrystalline silicon studied by real time spectroscopic ellipsometry. RW Collins, AS Ferlauto, GM Ferreira, C Chen, J Koh, RJ Koval, Y Lee, ... Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 78 (1), 143-180, 2003.

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Absence of carrier recombination associated with the defect pool model in intrinsic amorphous silicon layers: Evidence from currentvoltage characteristics on pin and nip . J Deng, JM Pearce, RJ Koval, V Vlahos, RW Collins, CR Wronski Applied Physics Letters 82 (18), 3023-3025, 2003.

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In 2002
7

Analytical model for the optical functions of amorphous semiconductors from the near-infrared to ultraviolet: Applications in thin film photovoltaics. AS Ferlauto, GM Ferreira, JM Pearce, CR Wronski, RW Collins, X Deng, ... Journal of Applied Physics 92 (5), 2424-2436, 2002.

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Photovoltaics--a path to sustainable futures. JM Pearce Futures 34 (7), 663-674, 2002.

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5

Net energy analysis for sustainable energy production from silicon based solar cells. J Pearce, A Lau ASME Solar 2002: International Solar Energy Conference, 181-186, 2002.

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Maximization of the open circuit voltage for hydrogenated amorphous silicon nip solar cells by incorporation of protocrystalline silicon p-type layers. RJ Koval, C Chen, GM Ferreira, AS Ferlauto, JM Pearce, PI Rovira, ... Applied Physics Letters 81 (7), 1258-1260, 2002.

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Light induced defect creation kinetics in thin film protocrystalline silicon materials and their solar cells. CR Wronski, JM Pearce, RJ Koval, X Niu, AS Ferlauto, J Koh, RW Collins Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 715, 459-470, 2002.

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Progress in amorphous silicon based solar cell technology. CR Wronski, JM Pearce, RJ Koval, AS Ferlauto, RW Collins Proceedings of Rio, 67-72, 2002.

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In 2000
1

Dependence of open-circuit voltage in hydrogenated protocrystalline silicon solar cells on carrier recombination in p/i interface and bulk regions. JM Pearce, RJ Koval, AS Ferlauto, RW Collins, CR Wronski, J Yang, ... Applied Physics Letters 77 (19), 3093-3095, 2000.

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