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Gene D. Berry
AGCI Workshop Participation
Gene Berry has been at LLNL since 1992 as a member of the Energy Technology and Security Program. His research interests are in energy technology analysis, assessment, and development; energy-economic systems modeling; materials science and engineering R&D; and transition paths toward widespread use of sustainable energy systems. Before coming to LLNL, Mr. Berry worked as a research assistant at the University of Arizona (1988-1992). He holds a B.S. (1992) in Materials Science and Engineering, with a minor in Philosophy from the University of Arizona. While at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, he studied thin film photovoltaic materials, completed coursework for a Ph.D. in Electronic Materials Science, and raced a solar cell car from Indiana to Colorado in 1995.
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