Vladimir Bulovic

Director, MTL, Professor, MacVicar Fellow
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Getting the salt out

Getting the salt out

Study shows electrodialysis can provide cost-effective treatment of salty water from fracked wells.

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Vladimir Bulovic


Nanostructured organic materials, opto-electronic structures, LEDs, solar cells, photodectors, memory cells, chemical sensors, thin films, self-assembled materials

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May 28, 2014
Improving a new breed of solar cells
Quantum-dot photovoltaics set new record for efficiency in such devices, could unlock new uses.

April 16, 2014
Excitons observed in action for the first time
Technique developed at MIT reveals the motion of energy-carrying quasiparticles in solid material.

An Energy-Efficient Future Enabled by Nanotech
Prof. Vladimir Bulović, Associate Dean for Innovation in the School of Engineering, was the speaker for the Boston Seminar Series on November 13 at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge.  Attended by almost 100 people, his talk, titled "An Energy-Efficient Future Enabled by Nanotech," covered flexible organic photovoltaics, organic optoelectronics, using quantum dots for lighting, and the new nMaSS (Nano-Materials, Structures and Systems facility) lab that will replace Building 12.

October 13, 2013
Reif announces plans to launch an MIT Innovation Initiative
via MIT News Office
President asks 19-member panel, led by professors Fiona Murray and Vladimir Bulović, to deliver recommendations on next steps by Jan. 31.

June 20, 2013
Transparent solar cells
Generating power from everyday surfaces

December 22, 2011
Solar cells printed on paper
Fold them, ship them, install them with ease

June 17, 2009
Video: The Promise of Renewables
Vladimir Bulović on Energy Education at MIT

December 18, 2008
Nanoscale layers promise to boost solar cell efficiency