GreenTech 02 - Interface Science for Photovoltaics (ISPV)

Research

This initiative will further the development of future photovoltaic technologies and combine the knowledge from the fields of thin film and organic photovoltaics.

ISPV focuses on fundamental issues within solar cell research. The partnerhsip associates competences and experience in the physics and chemistry of materials and utilizes the techniques and theoretical understanding of both areas.

Research topics

  • Advanced interface engineering for silicon heterojunction solar cells
  • Silicon heterojunction devices
  • Polycrystalline solar cells
  • Stability andperformance of polymer solar cells

Publications

Team

Project team leader

Dr. Eva M. Herzig
eva.herzig@tum.de
MSE - Herzig Group

Doctoral researcher

Shambhavi Pratap
Functional Materials

Alumnus

Dr. rer. nat. Willi Aigner
Experimental Semiconductor Physics 2

Alumnus

Dr. rer. nat. Christoph Schaffer
Functional Materials

Alumnus

Dr. rer. nat. Alexander Kupijai
Experimental Semiconductor Physics 2

Alumna

Dr. rer. nat. Claudia Palumbiny
Functional Materials

Principal investigator

Professor Martin Brandt
Spins and Defects in Semiconductors

Principal investigator

Professor Peter Müller-Buschbaum
Functional Materials

Principal investigator

Professor Martin Stutzmann
Fundamental Research in Semiconductor Electronics