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Louise Hirst
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Fundamental losses in solar cells
LC Hirst, NJ Ekins-Daukes
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 19 (3), 286-293, 2011
7462011
Intrinsic radiation tolerance of ultra-thin GaAs solar cells
LC Hirst, MK Yakes, JH Warner, MF Bennett, KJ Schmieder, RJ Walters, ...
Applied Physics Letters 109 (3), 2016
992016
Hot carriers in quantum wells for photovoltaic efficiency enhancement
LC Hirst, H Fujii, Y Wang, M Sugiyama, NJ Ekins-Daukes
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 4 (1), 244-252, 2013
952013
Experimental demonstration of hot-carrier photo-current in an InGaAs quantum well solar cell
LC Hirst, RJ Walters, MF Führer, NJ Ekins-Daukes
Applied Physics Letters 104 (23), 2014
782014
Enhanced hot-carrier effects in InAlAs/InGaAs quantum wells
LC Hirst, MK Yakes, CG Bailey, JG Tischler, MP Lumb, M Gonzalez, ...
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 4 (6), 1526-1531, 2014
472014
Proton‐radiation tolerant all‐perovskite multijunction solar cells
F Lang, GE Eperon, K Frohna, EM Tennyson, A Al‐Ashouri, G Kourkafas, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 11 (41), 2102246, 2021
392021
Effect of occupation of the excited states and phonon broadening on the determination of the hot carrier temperature from continuous wave photoluminescence in InGaAsP quantum …
H Esmaielpour, VR Whiteside, LC Hirst, JG Tischler, CT Ellis, MP Lumb, ...
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 25 (9), 782-790, 2017
362017
Spatially indirect radiative recombination in InAlAsSb grown lattice-matched to InP by molecular beam epitaxy
LC Hirst, MP Lumb, J Abell, CT Ellis, JG Tischler, I Vurgaftman, JR Meyer, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 117 (21), 2015
362015
InGaAs/GaAsP quantum wells for hot carrier solar cells
LC Hirst, M Fürher, DJ Farrell, A Le Bris, JF Guillemoles, MJY Tayebjee, ...
Physics, Simulation, and Photonic Engineering of Photovoltaic Devices 8256 …, 2012
342012
The efficiency limit of solar cells with molecular absorbers: A master equation approach
MJY Tayebjee, LC Hirst, NJ Ekins-Daukes, TW Schmidt
Journal of Applied Physics 108 (12), 2010
322010
Ultra‐thin GaAs solar cells with nanophotonic metal‐dielectric diffraction gratings fabricated with displacement Talbot lithography
L Sayre, E Camarillo Abad, P Pearce, P Chausse, PM Coulon, P Shields, ...
Progress in photovoltaics: research and applications 30 (1), 96-108, 2022
272022
Controlling radiative loss in quantum well solar cells
NJ Ekins-Daukes, KH Lee, L Hirst, A Chan, M Führer, J Adams, B Browne, ...
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 46 (26), 264007, 2013
262013
Principles of solar energy conversion
LC Hirst
Elsevier, 2012
262012
Hot carrier dynamics in InGaAs/GaAsP quantum well solar cells
L Hirst, M Führer, DJ Farrell, A LeBris, JF Guillemoles, MJY Tayebjee, ...
2011 37th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 003302-003306, 2011
202011
Spectral sensitivity of hot carrier solar cells
LC Hirst, MP Lumb, R Hoheisel, CG Bailey, SP Philipps, AW Bett, ...
Solar energy materials and solar cells 120, 610-615, 2014
182014
Imaging Atomic-Scale Clustering in III–V Semiconductor Alloys
LC Hirst, NA Kotulak, S Tomasulo, J Abell, M González, MK Yakes, ...
ACS nano 11 (3), 2734-2741, 2017
132017
Transparent quasi-random structures for multimodal light trapping in ultrathin solar cells with broad engineering tolerance
E Camarillo Abad, HJ Joyce, LC Hirst
ACS photonics 9 (8), 2724-2735, 2022
122022
Analysis of GaAs solar cells at high MOCVD growth rates
KJ Schmieder, MK Yakes, CG Bailey, Z Pulwin, MP Lumb, LC Hirst, ...
2014 IEEE 40th Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (PVSC), 2130-2133, 2014
122014
Light management in ultra-thin solar cells: a guided optimisation approach
EC Abad, HJ Joyce, LC Hirst
Optics Express 28 (26), 39093-39111, 2020
112020
Design of photonic light-trapping structures for ultra-thin solar cells
P Pearce, L Sayre, A Johnson, L Hirst, N Ekins-Daukes
Physics, simulation, and photonic engineering of photovoltaic devices IX …, 2020
112020
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