Kylie Catchpole
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Surface plasmon enhanced silicon solar cells
S Pillai, KR Catchpole, T Trupke, MA Green
Journal of applied physics 101 (9), 093105, 2007
22262007
Plasmonic solar cells
KR Catchpole, A Polman
Optics express 16 (26), 21793-21800, 2008
18142008
Design principles for particle plasmon enhanced solar cells
KR Catchpole, A Polman
Applied Physics Letters 93 (19), 191113, 2008
9762008
Tunable light trapping for solar cells using localized surface plasmons
FJ Beck, A Polman, KR Catchpole
Journal of Applied Physics 105 (11), 114310, 2009
6342009
Rubidium multication perovskite with optimized bandgap for perovskite‐silicon tandem with over 26% efficiency
T Duong, YL Wu, H Shen, J Peng, X Fu, D Jacobs, EC Wang, TC Kho, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 7 (14), 1700228, 2017
4152017
Nanophotonic light trapping in solar cells
S Mokkapati, KR Catchpole
Journal of applied physics 112 (10), 101101, 2012
3102012
Enhanced emission from Si-based light-emitting diodes using surface plasmons
S Pillai, KR Catchpole, T Trupke, G Zhang, J Zhao, MA Green
Applied Physics Letters 88 (16), 161102, 2006
3012006
Interface passivation using ultrathin polymer–fullerene films for high-efficiency perovskite solar cells with negligible hysteresis
J Peng, Y Wu, W Ye, DA Jacobs, H Shen, X Fu, Y Wan, N Wu, C Barugkin, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 10 (8), 1792-1800, 2017
2942017
Designing periodic arrays of metal nanoparticles for light-trapping applications in solar cells
S Mokkapati, FJ Beck, A Polman, KR Catchpole
Applied Physics Letters 95 (5), 053115, 2009
2672009
A universal double‐side passivation for high open‐circuit voltage in perovskite solar cells: role of carbonyl groups in poly (methyl methacrylate)
J Peng, JI Khan, W Liu, E Ugur, T Duong, Y Wu, H Shen, K Wang, H Dang, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 8 (30), 1801208, 2018
2262018
Asymmetry in photocurrent enhancement by plasmonic nanoparticle arrays located on the front or on the rear of solar cells
FJ Beck, S Mokkapati, A Polman, KR Catchpole
Applied Physics Letters 96 (3), 033113, 2010
2042010
Plasmon-enhanced internal photoemission for photovoltaics: theoretical efficiency limits
TP White, KR Catchpole
Applied Physics Letters 101 (7), 073905, 2012
2002012
A review of thin-film crystalline silicon for solar cell applications. Part 1: Native substrates
MJ McCann, KR Catchpole, KJ Weber, AW Blakers
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 68 (2), 135-171, 2001
1742001
Effective light trapping in polycrystalline silicon thin-film solar cells by means of rear localized surface plasmons
Z Ouyang, S Pillai, F Beck, O Kunz, S Varlamov, KR Catchpole, ...
Applied physics letters 96 (26), 261109, 2010
1722010
Tandem solar cells based on high-efficiency c-Si bottom cells: top cell requirements for> 30% efficiency
TP White, NN Lal, KR Catchpole
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 4 (1), 208-214, 2013
1712013
A review of thin-film crystalline silicon for solar cell applications. Part 2: Foreign substrates
KR Catchpole, MJ McCann, KJ Weber, AW Blakers
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 68 (2), 173-215, 2001
1602001
Efficient Indium‐Doped TiOx Electron Transport Layers for High‐Performance Perovskite Solar Cells and Perovskite‐Silicon Tandems
J Peng, T Duong, X Zhou, H Shen, Y Wu, HK Mulmudi, Y Wan, D Zhong, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 7 (4), 1601768, 2017
1552017
The effect of dielectric spacer thickness on surface plasmon enhanced solar cells for front and rear side depositions
S Pillai, FJ Beck, KR Catchpole, Z Ouyang, MA Green
Journal of Applied Physics 109 (7), 073105, 2011
1522011
Plasmonic light‐trapping for Si solar cells using self‐assembled, Ag nanoparticles
FJ Beck, S Mokkapati, KR Catchpole
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 18 (7), 500-504, 2010
1502010
Mechanically-stacked perovskite/CIGS tandem solar cells with efficiency of 23.9% and reduced oxygen sensitivity
H Shen, J Peng, D Jacobs, N Wu, J Gong, Y Wu, SK Karuturi, X Fu, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 11 (2), 394-406, 2018
1482018
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