Lighting the Way

“In commercial buildings, lighting accounts for nearly 30% of the energy consumption and is one of the most inefficient energy conversion processes”

Zetian Mi
Zetian Mi is an associate professor and William Dawson Scholar in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and an associate member of the Department of Physics at McGill University. In 2009, he was awarded the position of Hydro-Quebec Nano-Engineering Scholar by McGill for his outstanding achievement in nanotechnology. He is the founder and director of the nitride epitaxial growth facility at McGill University, and has authored over ninety peer-reviewed technical papers and book chapters related to his research.

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