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Film Formation Mechanisms and Interfacial Interactions Derived from In-Situ Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and Ex-Situ XPS
There is a trend toward the miniaturization of devices for a multitude of industries (microelectronic, energy harvesting/collecting, sensing, etc.) to decrease production costs, increase yields and to optimize efficiencies. ...
Single Particle Spectroscopy of Quantum Dots and Energy Transfer from Quantum Dots into Silicon and TMDCs
Semiconductor nanocrystal quantum dots (NQDs) have long demonstrated potential in a broad range of optoelectronics applications such as lasers, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), photovoltaic solar cells, photo- and biosensors, ...
Silicon Nanocrystals and Defect States in Silicon Rich Silicon Nitride for Optoelectronic Applications
Research interest in silicon nanocrystals (Si-NC) has increased significantly as a result of the desire to improve the light emission efficiency of bulk silicon. Si-NCs embedded in silicon nitride have desirable characteristics ...
Non-Conventional Building Blocks for Organic Electronics
Organic semiconductors are potential candidates for replacing high-cost silicon electronics for low-end applications where high mobilities are not required. Owing to unique advantages such as solution processability, ...
Design Approaches for Enhancing Photovoltaic Performance of Silicon Solar Cells Sensitized by Proximal Nanocrystalline Quantum Dots
Energy transfer (ET) based sensitization of silicon (Si) using proximal nanocrystal quantum dots (NQDs) has been studied extensively in recent years as a means to develop thin and flexible Si based solar cells. The driving ...