Solar cells can be characterized using a SuperK supercontinuum laser as a sun simulator, either with bulky samples, or to look at microscale features such as plasmonic particles for up- or down-conversion mechanisms; this often requires broadband excitation with a spectral shape as close as possible to the sun spectrum.
- Spontaneous Fluctuations of Transition Dipole Moment Orientation in OLED Triplet Emitters Florian Steiner, Sebastian Bange, Jan Vogelsang, and John M. Lupton The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2015 6 (6), 999-1004 DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.5b00180
ARTICLES AND BACKGROUND INFO
- Article by Tasshi Dennis, published in the IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics: A Novel Solar Simulator Based on a Supercontinuum Laser for Solar Cell Device and Materials Characterization
- Article by Mark. L. Brongersma, published in the NanoLetters: Light Trapping for Solar Fuel Generation with Mie Resonances
- Article by F. Wang, N. A. Melosh, published in the Nature Communication: Power-independent wavelength determination by hot carrier collection in metal-insulator-metal devices
- Article by Mark L. Brongersma published in the NanoLetters: Redesigning Photodetector Electrodes as an Optical Antenna