PhD position open at IPVF/C2N

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A PhD position is open to develop the remote epitaxy of III-V materials for photovoltaics. Solar cells made of III-V materials hold efficiency records, but at a non-competitive cost. The remote epitaxy is a route to drastically reduce this cost … Continued

A successful PVSchool2020!

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The thematic school on the Physics of Solar Cells: from basic principles to advanced characterization (PVSchool2020) was hosted by Les Houches School of Physics located in the French Alps, from 1st to 6th March 2020. The school was organized by … Continued

Congrats Dr. Louis Gouillart!

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Congratulations to Dr. Louis Gouillart on his successful thesis defense on Jan. 20th, 2020! It was entitled: Development of ultrathin Cu(In,Ga)Se2–based solar cells with reflective back contacts. We were honoured to be able to gather a prestigious jury composed of: … Continued

Internship offers 2020

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(CLOSED) Two internship opportunities are opened for the next year in the Sunlit team, both aiming at the development of cost-effective fabrication processes for III-V solar cells. III-V cells hold efficiency records, however at a prohibitive cost due to the … Continued

Advances in nanowires for PV

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III-V nanowires (NWs) have recently emerged as a promising candidate for the direct growth of perfect III-V crystals on silicon, and open new perspectives for the conception and fabrication of tandem solar cells. The results published in several articles this … Continued

Welcome to our new internship student Federico

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Welcome to our new internship student Federico Petronio. Federico is currently a master student at ENSTA ParisTech and Politecnico di Milano and is joining the Sunlit team to work on optoelectronic simulations of nanowire based solar cells.