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Measuring the performance of next-generation thin film solar cells

Zone C: Tempe campus

Semiconductor materials are the fundamental building block of light emitting and detecting devices like solar cells, LEDs, lasers, and photodetectors. Join ASU Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) group researchers for a hands-on demonstration of current-voltage (I-V) measurements of cutting-edge thin film solar cells. You’ll have an opportunity to perform your own measurements of solar cells grown by the ASU MBE group, as well as learn about the fundamentals of light absorption and emission in semiconductors.





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