UNSW School of Photovoltaic & Renewable Energy Engineering
Innovation in thin-film material and processing for crystalline silicon solar cells
Kaining Ding - Research Center Juelich


Kaining Ding, at UNSW SPREE, 25 February 2019

Kaining Ding (42Min)

Research Center Juelich

Kaining Ding speaks at UNSW SPREE

Abstract

An overview on the crystalline silicon solar cell research activities at research center Juelich will be given with a focus on the innovation in thin-film material and processing for crystalline silicon solar cell, e.g. silicon heterojunction solar cell and passivated contact solar cell.

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Brief Bio

Education: • 2004-2007 BSc. study of Material Science, RWTH-Aachen University • 2007-2009 MSc. study of Material Science, RWTH-Aachen University • 2010-2012 PhD at Institute for Energy and Climate Research 5, Research Center Juelich • 2013 Postdoc at Institute for Energy and Climate Research 5, Research Center Juelich • 2014-present Group leader at Institute for Energy and Climate Research 5, Research Center Juelich Honors and Awards: • 2009 Spingorum Award of RWTH-Aachen University for excellent MSc. study • 2015 Borchers Award of RWTH-Aachen University for excellent PhD work Research Fields: • Fabrication and characterization of silicon alloy materials • Silicon thin-film, silicon heterojunction and passivated contact solar cells • Vehicle integrated PV Active Roles: • Coordinator of the EU Project “NextBase” • Organizer MRS Fall “Silicon for Photovoltaics” symposium • Chair “International SHJ Workshop”


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