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  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuA1
  • Würfel, Peter
  • A general analysis of the coversion of solar heat to electrical energy in solar cells is presented. Some solar cell structures and processes are described which, in...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuA2
  • Green, Martin; Pillai, Supriya; Catchpole, Kylie
  • Metal nanoparticles enhance response 16 times at 1050 nm in thin silicon solar cells. Schemes using propagating surface plasmons have potential in our group’s “third generation”...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuB1
  • Esteban, Ruben; Laroche, Marine; Greffet, Jean Jacques
  • High efficiency solutions for photovoltaics requires taking advantage of IR photons energy. Possible solutions are based on up-conversion processes which have a low cross section. We...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuB2
  • Rephaeli, Eden; Fan, Shanhui
  • Using 3-D finite-difference time-domain simulations, we designed nanostructured Tungsten absorber and emitter for solar thermophotovoltaics applications. The absorber exhibits unity...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuC1
  • Anderson, Ingrid E; Chavez, Y W; Yang, L; Olson, J D; Carter, S A
  • Spin-cast all-inorganic nanoparticle solutions have been used to make a CdTe/CdSe solar cell with an efficiency of up to 1.9%. The non-selective nature of the contacts made to these...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuC3
  • Hoult, Tony; Gabzdyl, Jack; Dzurko, Ken
  • Fiber Laser MOPAs, with operational flexibility, high peak energies and high repetition rates, are rapidly emerging as a versatile and economic tool for photovoltaic processing over...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuC5
  • Jin, Xiaomin; Trieu, Simeon
  • We study solar-cell interface designs using photonic lattices. We simulate rectangular and triangular micro-profiles as the solar cell surface. Compared to the conventional flat...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuC7
  • Rodriguez, Yvonne W; Olson, Jeremy D; Anderson, Ingrid E; Gray, Glenn P; Carter, Sue A
  • Photovoltaic devices made from thin films cadmium selenide (CdSe) and cadmium telluride (CdTe) nanocrystals and poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) are studied. The temperature dependence...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuC8
  • Smestad, Greg P
  • With widespread deployment of PV power imminent, it is useful for researchers to have a basic knowledge of the economic principles that govern PV modules and systems. Several...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuC9
  • Su, Wei-Hsiang; Lin, Ching-Fuh
  • Wet-etching silicon nanowires were integrated into poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT)/[6,6]phenyl-C61-butyric acid methyl ester) (PCBM) bi-layer solar cells by using a transferring...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuD1
  • Brongersma, Mark
  • In this presentation I will discuss the unique optical properties of metallic (i.e. plasmonic) nanostructures and how they can be employed to enhance the efficiency of photovoltaic...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuD2
  • Lu, Yen-Cheng; Chuang, Wen-Hung; Chen, Cheng-Yen; Shen, Kun-Ching; Yeh, Dong-Ming; Wang, Jyh-Yang; Kiang, Yean-Woei; Yang, C C
  • The observation of the enhanced absorption of an InGaN/GaN quantum well through the coupling with localized surface plasmons (LSPs) and the dependence of LSP resonance energy on the...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuE1
  • Pancholi, Anup; Zhang, Yuanchang; Boyle, Jonathan; Stoleru, Valeria Gabriela; Hanna, Mark C; Norman, Andrew G; Bremner, Stephen; Honsberg, Christiana
  • We present structural and optical analysis of (In,Ga)As quantum dot structures with strain-compensated and strain-reduced barriers for intermediate band solar cell applications.

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: STuE3
  • Agrawal, Mukul; Peumans, Peter
  • It is shown that nanoscale structuring of the active medium of a thin-film solar cell in three dimensions is an effective approach to light trapping that approaches the theoretical...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: SWA1
  • McGehee, Michael
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  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: SWA4
  • Grenko, Alysha; Kimukin, Ibrahim; Walker, John; Towe, Elias
  • Results for quantum-dot intermediate-band solar cells are presented. It is shown that quantum dots in conventional p-i-n structures can extend the photoresponse to 1300 nm, well...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: SWB3
  • Heremans, Joseph
  • Thermal solar energy conversion utilizes the sun's entire spectrum and can work in conjunction with photovoltaic conversion and use waste heat. Recent progress in materials...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: SWB4
  • Zebarjadi, Mona; Esfarjani, Keivan; Shakouri, Ali
  • We calculate the scattering cross section of the electron-nanoparticle collision using the Born approximation and partial-waves technique. The Born approximation leads to incorrect...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: SWC1
  • Hou, William W; Li, Sheng-han; Tung, Chun-chih; Kaner, Richard B; Yang, Yang
  • An air-stable solution-processed inorganic thin-film solar cell is demonstrated with a power conversion efficiency of 3.50 % under 1-sun condition. This demonstration ...

  • Solar Energy: New Materials and Nanostructured Devices for High Efficiency (Solar) 2008 paper: SWC2
  • LeMieux, Melbs; Barman, Soumendra N; Opatkiewicz, Justin P; Hellstrom, Sondra L; Roberts, Mark; Bao, Zhenan
  • This work shows how to absorb only MET-SWNT on surfaces, ideal for electrodes since a lower sheet resistance will result. Additionally, this work has important implications for solar...
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