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Lachlan Black
Lachlan Black
Research Fellow, The Australian National University
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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Passivating contacts for crystalline silicon solar cells: From concepts and materials to prospects
J Melskens, BWH van de Loo, B Macco, LE Black, S Smit, WMM Kessels
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 8 (2), 373-388, 2018
2562018
Optical impedance matching using coupled plasmonic nanoparticle arrays
P Spinelli, M Hebbink, R De Waele, L Black, F Lenzmann, A Polman
Nano letters 11 (4), 1760-1765, 2011
2462011
On effective surface recombination parameters
KR McIntosh, LE Black
Journal of Applied Physics 116 (1), 014503, 2014
1562014
Surface passivation of c-Si by atmospheric pressure chemical vapor deposition of Al2O3
LE Black, KR McIntosh
Applied Physics Letters 100 (20), 202107-202107-5, 2012
912012
Effective Surface Passivation of InP Nanowires by Atomic-Layer-Deposited Al2O3 with POx Interlayer
LE Black, A Cavalli, MA Verheijen, JEM Haverkort, E Bakkers, ...
Nano letters 17 (10), 6287-6294, 2017
712017
Low-Temperature Plasma-Assisted Atomic-Layer-Deposited SnO2 as an Electron Transport Layer in Planar Perovskite Solar Cells
Y Kuang, V Zardetto, R van Gils, S Karwal, D Koushik, MA Verheijen, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (36), 30367-30378, 2018
692018
Ultralow surface recombination velocity in passivated InGaAs/InP nanopillars
A Higuera-Rodriguez, B Romeira, S Birindelli, LE Black, E Smalbrugge, ...
Nano letters 17 (4), 2627-2633, 2017
652017
Explorative studies of novel silicon surface passivation materials: Considerations and lessons learned
LE Black, BWH Van De Loo, B Macco, J Melskens, WJH Berghuis, ...
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 188, 182-189, 2018
562018
Atomic-layer deposited Nb2O5 as transparent passivating electron contact for c-Si solar cells
B Macco, LE Black, J Melskens, BWH van de Loo, WJH Berghuis, ...
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 184, 98-104, 2018
562018
New perspectives on surface passivation: Understanding the Si-Al2O3 interface
LE Black
Springer, 2016
51*2016
Effect of boron concentration on recombination at the p-Si–Al2O3 interface
LE Black, T Allen, KR McIntosh, A Cuevas
Journal of Applied Physics 115 (9), 093707, 2014
482014
Thermal stability of silicon surface passivation by APCVD Al2O3
LE Black, T Allen, A Cuevas, KR McIntosh, B Veith, J Schmidt
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2013
382013
An examination of three common assumptions used to simulate recombination in heavily doped silicon
K McIntosh, PP Altermatt, T Ratcliff, K Fong, L Black, S Baker-Finch, ...
WIP-Renewable Energies, 2013
352013
Modeling Recombination at the Si–Al2O3 Interface
LE Black, KR McIntosh
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 3 (3), 936-943, 2013
322013
On the solid phase crystallization of In2O3:H transparent conductive oxide films prepared by atomic layer deposition
B Macco, MA Verheijen, LE Black, B Barcones, J Melskens, WMM Kessels
Journal of Applied Physics 120 (8), 085314, 2016
272016
Effective passivation of silicon surfaces by ultrathin atomic-layer deposited niobium oxide
B Macco, M Bivour, JH Deijkers, SB Basuvalingam, LE Black, J Melskens, ...
Applied Physics Letters 112 (24), 242105, 2018
262018
Surface Fluorination of ALD TiO2 Electron Transport Layer for Efficient Planar Perovskite Solar Cells
V Zardetto, F di Giacomo, H Lifka, MA Verheijen, CHL Weijtens, LE Black, ...
Advanced Materials Interfaces 5 (9), 1701456, 2018
252018
Accounting for the dependence of coil sensitivity on sample thickness and lift-off in inductively coupled photoconductance measurements
LE Black, DH Macdonald
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 9 (6), 1563-1574, 2019
222019
Defect Generation at Charge-Passivated Si–SiO2 Interfaces by Ultraviolet Light
LE Black, KR McIntosh
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 57 (8), 1996-2004, 2010
222010
Surface passivation of crystalline silicon by APCVD aluminium oxide
LE Black, KM Provancha, KR McIntosh
Proceedings of the 26th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference …, 2011
202011
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