Stanford University: MS Electrical Engineering, MS Engineering-Economics. The Graduate Theological Union: MA Comparative Religions with emphasis on Buddhist Studies of the Mind. Completed the doctoral dissertation on July 31, 2014. The thesis is currently in marking stage. All other examinations have been completed.
Nano-scaled ring resonators for use in meta-material, THz communications and light-trapping applications. Micro-inverters on solar modules systems. Browser-based monitoring of energy and power flow in renewable systems. Solving the key Renewable-Grid Integration problem, called the "Duck Problem".
Recently we have discovered a very sharp, high Q resonance in the sub-wavelength region of loops and rings, which should be useful in meta-materials, THz communications and possibly in modifying the index of refraction of a given material.