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Lateral Nanoconcentrator Nanowire Multijunction Photovoltaic Cells

Start Date: September 2007
Status: Completed


H.-S. Philip Wong, Peter Peumans, Yoshio Nishi, Electrical Engineering; Mark Brongersma, Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University

Annual Reports



  • Bao, X.-Y., B. A. Pinaud, J. Parker, S. Aloni, T. F. Jaramillo, and H.-S. P. Wong. “Monolithic III-V Nanowire PV for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Generation,” 35 th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialist Conference, Hawaii, June 2010.
  • Chen, Y., H.-C. Kim, J. McVittie, and Y. Nishi. “Single-crystalline Like Multilayer Titania Nanopillar Arrays Synthesized by Templated Sol-Gel Deposition Followed by Layer Transfers,” MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 2010.
  • Chen, Y., S.-M. Park, H.-C. Kim, J. McVittie, C. Ting, and Y. Nishi. “Direct Growth of High Aspect Ratio Titania Nanowires on Transparent Conductive Oxide Surface Using a Polymeric Nanotemplate,” MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, (December 2009).Updated June 2011