2020 journal article
Multi-junction solar cells by Intermetallic Bonding and interconnect of Dissimilar Materials: GaAs/Si
SOLAR ENERGY MATERIALS AND SOLAR CELLS, 215.
By: B. Hagar, I. Sayed, P. Colter & S. Bedair
2019 journal article
Quantum Well Solar Cells: Principles, Recent Progress, and Potential
IEEE JOURNAL OF PHOTOVOLTAICS, 9(2), 402–423.
By: I. Sayed & S. Bedair
2017 journal article
100-period InGaAsP/InGaP superlattice solar cell with sub-bandgap quantum efficiency approaching 80%
Applied Physics Letters, 111(8).
By: I. Sayed, N. Jain, M. Steiner, J. Geisz & S. Bedair
In-situ curvature monitoring and X-ray diffraction study of InGaAsP/InGaP quantum wells
Journal of Crystal Growth, 475, 171–177.
By: I. Sayed, N. Jain, M. Steiner, J. Geisz, P. Dippo, D. Kuciauskas, P. Colter
2016 conference paper
Annealed high band gap tunnel junctions with peak current densities above 800 A/cm(2)
2016 ieee 43rd photovoltaic specialists conference (pvsc), 2320–2322.
By: S. Bedair, J. Harmon, C. Carlin, I. Sayed & P. Colter
Extending the absorption threshold of InGaP solar cells to 1.60 eV using quantum wells: experimental and modeling results
2016 ieee 43rd photovoltaic specialists conference (pvsc), 2366–2370.
By: I. Sayed, B. Hagar, C. Carlin, P. Colter & S. Bedair
2016 journal article
High performance as-grown and annealed high band gap tunnel junctions: Te behavior at the interface
Applied Physics Letters, 108(20).
High performance tunnel junction with resistance to thermal annealing
12th international conference on concentrator photovoltaic systems (cpv-12), 1766.
By: S. Bedair, C. Carlin, J. Harmon, I. Sayed & P. Colter
InGaP-based quantum well solar cells
2016 ieee 43rd photovoltaic specialists conference (pvsc), 147–150.
Strain-balanced InGaAsP/GaInP multiple quantum well solar cells with a tunable bandgap (1.65-1.82 eV)
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics, 6(4), 997–1003.
By: I. Sayed, C. Carlin, B. Hagar, P. Colter & S. Bedair
2015 conference paper
Tunable GaInP solar cell lattice matched to GaAs
2015 ieee 42nd photovoltaic specialist conference (pvsc).
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