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    New concept for low cost, high throughput inspection for cracks in PV manufacturing
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06) Danyluk, Steven ; Yang, Yeyuan (Chris)
    The research objectives of this project were to validate a new concept in surface inspection of thin crystalline silicon wafers of the type used in photovoltaic manufacturing with electrostatic imaging technique (Kelvin probes) to reveal surface cracks.
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    Analysis of the effects of wafer slicing on the mechanical integrity of silicon wafers
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-12-31) Melkote, Shreyes N. ; Danyluk, Steven ; Wu, Hao
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    Innovation and System Perspectives via Model-Based Design
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-02-18) Little, Jack
    Model-Based Design is changing how technology products like automobiles, mobile phones, and wind turbines are developed. Mathematical models, formerly the province of research, are now used to design, implement, and test these increasingly complex systems, addressing the competitive need to innovate while at the same time reducing cost and time to market. Not only are the models used throughout all phases of development, but they also serve to bind those phases and teams together. This talk describes Model-Based Design and its role in research and product development.