Roland Winston received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1963, and is presently a professor in the Department of Physics. Dr. Winston's research focuses on experimental physics, particle physics, light collectors, and solar energy.
Dr. Winston has done groundbreaking research on nonimaging optics in the field of solar energy. Nonimaging optics is an unique branch of physics that has the potential to revolutionize renewable energy concepts, technology, and applications.
Information as of 1996