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These results were presented at the 2nd EU PV Clusters Workshop and General Assembly “Progress in Photovoltaics and Nanotechnology.
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In another collaborative project with the group of Atwater at Caltech, we discovered Plasmoelectric potentials in metal nanostructures , published in Science in With many fundamental insights developed, we started developing novel concepts that could help the introduction of nano-photovoltaics in practical applications.

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Marc, together with colleagues, has started a company, SCIL Nanomprint Solutions , that has brought the new technique on the market, with the first instruments sold to customers in Delmic has sold many CL instruments to customers allover the world. Technology transfer from academic research to real-world applications is one of the hardest things to do for a research group.

It can take many years before an idea finds its way to the market and PV is no exception: the PERL technology that is now introduced in PV manufacturing was invented in the s. By setting up this broad network of collaborations with PV technology institutes we transfer relevant technology from our lab to applications in PV technology.

To expand the effect of PV research we initiated several PV research programs in which other principal investigators participated. With these national initiatives we maximize the impact of academic research and optimize knowledge transfer to industrial applications. Mie resonant light scattering, demonstrator devices After our initial work on plasmonic solar cells we introduced dielectric Mie scatterers for resonant light coupling and trapping in solar cells.

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Novel concepts for large-area application, startups With many fundamental insights developed, we started developing novel concepts that could help the introduction of nano-photovoltaics in practical applications. Knowledge transfer Technology transfer from academic research to real-world applications is one of the hardest things to do for a research group. National PV research networks To expand the effect of PV research we initiated several PV research programs in which other principal investigators participated. Ferry, M. Verschuuren, H. Richards, P. Sharps, and S.

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