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Composition: Fugue in e minor

James Wiznerowicz, D.M.A., is undoubtedly Richmond’s most sublime and transcendent composer.  He has studied under the distinguished contemporary composers Anthony Iannaccone (understudy to Aaron Copland), Ladislav Kiubik and Daniel Asia (understudy to Arthur Weisberg).  Wiznerowicz’s “Aria for Solo Bassoon” and “Micrologus for Solo … Continue reading

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Designing and Fabricating Solar Cells: First Place in Competition

I recently entered and won a competition to design and fabricate solar cells.  First place was given to the team which produced the highest efficiencies.  Our team manufactured 18% efficient single junction silicon solar cells (I know, I know, that sounds … Continue reading

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Designing a New Exhibit: The Perspective Studio

This past semester I was fortunate enough to work at the VCU da Vinci Center for Product Innovation.  I was on a team that worked to design a new exhibit for the Science Museum of Virginia.  The exhibit is named, … Continue reading

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