David Fork is a Renewable Energy Technologist at Google. Before that he was a
Principal Scientist at the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). He graduated Summa Cum
Laude from the University of Rochester in 1987 with degrees in Physics and Electrical
Engineering. He completed his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Applied Physics in
1991. He has studied and worked primarily on thin film electronic materials and
devices. His research activities include complex oxide epitaxial thin films, laser
crystallized display materials, organic electroluminescent devices, semiconductor
LEDs and lasers, electronic imaging systems, and micro-electromechanical systems. Dr.
Fork holds over 80 issued US patents and has authored over 100 publications. His
honors include the Warren Prize for Science 1983, the Bausch & Lomb Medal for
Science 1983, the Bausch & Lomb Scholarship 1983, the John R. Flagg Award 1987,
and a Certificate of Congressional Recognition for Community Service, 1997.
Optimal trajectory control for parallel single
phase H-bridge inverters
David K. Fork, Seungil You, Ross Koningstein
Decision and Control (CDC), 2015 IEEE 54th Annual Conference on, IEEE, pp. 1983 -
What It Would Really Take to Reverse Climate
Ross Koningstein, David K Fork
IEEE Spectrum December 2014, IEEE, 3 Park Ave, 17th floor, New York, NY
10016-5997, pp. 30-35
Life Estimation of Pressurized-Air Solar-Thermal
David Fork, John Fitch, Shawn Ziaei, Robert I.
ASME Journal of Solar Energy Engineering (2012) (to appear)