Evan Franklin
Evan Franklin
School of Engineering, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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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
3112017
Design, fabrication and characterisation of a 24.4% efficient interdigitated back contact solar cell
E Franklin, K Fong, K McIntosh, A Fell, A Blakers, T Kho, D Walter, ...
Progress in Photovoltaics: research and applications 24 (4), 411-427, 2016
1642016
Effects of highly non-uniform illumination distribution on electrical performance of solar cells
E Franklin, J Coventry
The Australian National University, 2002
882002
3-D simulation of interdigitated-back-contact silicon solar cells with quokka including perimeter losses
A Fell, KC Fong, KR McIntosh, E Franklin, AW Blakers
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 4 (4), 1040-1045, 2014
552014
Thermal and electrical performance of a concentrating PV/Thermal collector: results from the ANU CHAPS collector
J Coventry, E Franklin, A Blakers
The Australian National University, 2004
48*2004
Sliver solar cells: High-efficiency, low-cost PV technology
E Franklin, V Everett, A Blakers, K Weber
Advances in OptoElectronics 2007, 2007
462007
Contrast enhancement of luminescence images via point-spread deconvolution
D Walter, A Liu, E Franklin, D Macdonald, B Mitchell, T Trupke
2012 38th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 000307-000312, 2012
422012
The impact of silicon CCD photon spread on quantitative analyses of luminescence images
D Walter, A Fell, E Franklin, D Macdonald, B Mitchell, T Trupke
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 4 (1), 368-373, 2013
412013
Thermal and electrical performance of a concentrating PV/Thermal collector: results from the ANU CHAPS collector
J Coventry, E Franklin, A Blakers
The Australian National University, 2004
402004
Quantifying the optical losses in back-contact solar cells
KR McIntosh, TC Kho, KC Fong, SC Baker-Finch, Y Wan, N Zin, ...
2014 IEEE 40th Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (PVSC), 0115-0123, 2014
312014
Dislocations in laser-doped silicon detected by micro-photoluminescence spectroscopy
HT Nguyen, Y Han, M Ernst, A Fell, E Franklin, D Macdonald
Applied Physics Letters 107 (2), 022101, 2015
292015
Modeling of static concentrator modules incorporating lambertian or v-groove rear reflectors
KJ Weber, V Everett, PNK Deenapanray, E Franklin, AW Blakers
Solar energy materials and solar cells 90 (12), 1741-1749, 2006
292006
Determination of injection dependent recombination properties of locally processed surface regions
A Fell, D Walter, S Kluska, E Franklin, K Weber
Energy Procedia 38, 22-31, 2013
242013
Sliver cells-a complete photovoltaic solution
A Blakers, K Weber, V Everett, E Franklin, S Deenapanray
2006 IEEE 4th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conference 2, 2181-2184, 2006
212006
Sliver/spl reg/solar cells
KJ Weber, AW Blakers, PNK Deenapanray, V Everett, E Franklin
Conference Record of the Thirty-first IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists …, 2005
212005
Continued development of all-back-contact silicon wafer solar cells at ANU
N Zin, A Blakers, KR McIntosh, E Franklin, T Kho, K Chern, J Wong, ...
Energy Procedia 33, 50-63, 2013
202013
Sliver solar cells for concentrator PV systems with concentration ratio below 50
E Franklin, A Blakers, V Everett
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 17 (6), 403-418, 2009
192009
Optimisation of N+ diffusion and contact size of IBC solar cells
K Fong, T Kho, K McIntosh, E Franklin, NS Zin, A Fell, A Blakers
WIP-Renewable Energies, 2013
172013
Tandem quantum well solar cells
B Browne, A Ioannides, J Connolly, K Barnham, J Roberts, R Airey, G Hill, ...
2008 33rd IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 1-5, 2008
162008
Progress in the development of all-back-contacted silicon solar cells
N Zin, A Blakers, E Franklin, T Kho, K McIntosh, J Wong, T Mueller, ...
Energy Procedia 25, 1-9, 2012
152012
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