16 January 2015 Structured InP-based nanoantenna for photovoltaics applications
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Nanoresonators are used in photovoltaic applications to reduce the absorber volume by confining the electromagnetic fields. We employed a two-dimensional Maxwell equation solver to investigate the optical performance of a fully structured InP-based nanoresonator, allowing high optical absorption and being electrically compatible. We demonstrated a 60% broadband optical efficiency with a good angle tolerance: more than 40% optical efficiency for an incidence angle between 60 deg and 60 deg. We also addressed the fabrication process in identifying the main barriers and in proposing technological solutions.
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Florian Proise, Florian Proise, Fabrice Pardo, Fabrice Pardo, Maulidiani Siti Winny Adya, Maulidiani Siti Winny Adya, Anne-Laure Joudrier, Anne-Laure Joudrier, Christophe Dupuis, Christophe Dupuis, Nathalie Bardou, Nathalie Bardou, Jean-François Guillemoles, Jean-François Guillemoles, Jean-Luc Pelouard, Jean-Luc Pelouard, } "Structured InP-based nanoantenna for photovoltaics applications," Journal of Photonics for Energy 5(1), 053098 (16 January 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JPE.5.053098 . Submission:
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