美国斯坦福大学陈于思博士12月23日上午学术报告

发布时间:2014-12-20访问量:241设置

报告人:陈于思博士

 

Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, USA

 

题目:High-efficiency nanostructured thin-film multi-junction solar cell

时间:20141223日(星期二)上午9:00

地点:独墅湖校区909号楼一楼B会议室

 

摘要:

Thin-film crystalline high-efficiency and low-cost solar cells are expected to play a significant role for a greener energy source. Such cells have been extensively studied over the past 10 years. The James Harris group at Stanford University has proposed to develop significantly higher efficiency thin film c-Si based solar cells by combining multi-junctions and advanced nano-scale light management concepts in ultrathin film devices that lend themselves to very large scale, low cost manufacturing. In the past years, the Harris group have developed nanostructured solar cell modeling, epitaxial growth and fabrication. A nanostructured GaAs solar cell demonstrated improved Jsc, Voc, fill factor and efficiency. A dielectric nano-structure was designed and fabricated on c-Si thin film which demonstrated broadband and wide angle anti-reflection. The Harris group also collaborated with Solexel Inc. to apply this nanopatterning approach to commercial thin film c-Si cells.

 

个人简介:

Mr Yusi Chen is currently a Ph.D. candidate in professor James Harris's group at Stanford University.  His research interests include silicon photonics, nanostructured thin-film solar cells and advanced material growth for renewable energy applications. He has also been working with many industry collaborators in the Silicon Valley, including Applied Materials, SolarJunction and Solexel. He received his master degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University at 2013 and bachelor degree in Microelectronics from Fudan University at 2011.

 

联络人:唐建新教授

 

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