Andrej Lenert
Andrej Lenert
University of Michigan, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
Verified email at umich.edu
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A nanophotonic solar thermophotovoltaic device
A Lenert, DM Bierman, Y Nam, WR Chan, I Celanović, M Soljačić, ...
Nature nanotechnology 9 (2), 126-130, 2014
5312014
Optimization of nanofluid volumetric receivers for solar thermal energy conversion
A Lenert, EN Wang
Solar Energy 86 (1), 253-265, 2012
3512012
Metallic photonic crystal absorber‐emitter for efficient spectral control in high‐temperature solar thermophotovoltaics
V Rinnerbauer, A Lenert, DM Bierman, YX Yeng, WR Chan, RD Geil, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 4 (12), 1400334, 2014
1542014
Solar thermophotovoltaic energy conversion systems with two-dimensional tantalum photonic crystal absorbers and emitters
Y Nam, YX Yeng, A Lenert, P Bermel, I Celanovic, M Soljačić, EN Wang
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 122, 287-296, 2014
1422014
Enhanced photovoltaic energy conversion using thermally based spectral shaping
DM Bierman, A Lenert, WR Chan, B Bhatia, I Celanović, M Soljačić, ...
Nature Energy 1 (6), 1-7, 2016
1172016
Analytical model for the design of volumetric solar flow receivers
A Veeraragavan, A Lenert, B Yilbas, S Al-Dini, EN Wang
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 55 (4), 556-564, 2012
1122012
Enabling ideal selective solar absorption with 2D metallic dielectric photonic crystals
JB Chou, YX Yeng, YE Lee, A Lenert, V Rinnerbauer, I Celanovic, ...
Advanced Materials 26 (47), 8041-8045, 2014
952014
Design of wide-angle selective absorbers/emitters with dielectric filled metallic photonic crystals for energy applications
JB Chou, YX Yeng, A Lenert, V Rinnerbauer, I Celanovic, M Soljačić, ...
Optics express 22 (101), A144-A154, 2014
782014
Focusing of phase change microparticles for local heat transfer enhancement in laminar flows
A Lenert, Y Nam, BS Yilbas, EN Wang
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 56 (1-2), 380-389, 2013
332013
Nanofluid-based absorbers for high temperature direct solar collectors
A Lenert, YS Perez Zuniga, EN Wang
International Heat Transfer Conference 49422, 499-508, 2010
312010
Role of spectral non-idealities in the design of solar thermophotovoltaics
A Lenert, Y Nam, DM Bierman, EN Wang
Optics express 22 (106), A1604-A1618, 2014
252014
Nanofluid-based receivers for high-temperature, high-flux direct solar collectors
A Lenert
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010
242010
Heat transfer fluids
A Lenert, Y Nam, EN Wang
Annual Review of Heat Transfer 15, 2012
182012
Thin-film architectures with high spectral selectivity for thermophotovoltaic cells
T Burger, D Fan, K Lee, SR Forrest, A Lenert
ACS Photonics 5 (7), 2748-2754, 2018
162018
Optically transparent thermally insulating silica aerogels for solar thermal insulation
AA Günay, H Kim, N Nagarajan, M Lopez, R Kantharaj, A Alsaati, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (15), 12603-12611, 2018
162018
Radiative Thermal Runaway Due to Negative-Differential Thermal Emission Across a Solid-Solid Phase Transition
DM Bierman, A Lenert, MA Kats, Y Zhou, S Zhang, M De La Ossa, ...
Physical Review Applied, 2018
152018
Spectral splitting optimization for high-efficiency solar photovoltaic and thermal power generation
DM Bierman, A Lenert, EN Wang
Applied Physics Letters 109 (24), 243904, 2016
142016
Temperature dependence of thermopower in molecular junctions
Y Kim, A Lenert, E Meyhofer, P Reddy
Applied Physics Letters 109 (3), 033102, 2016
132016
Solar thermophotovoltaic energy conversion systems with tantalum photonic crystal absorbers and emitters
Y Nam, A Lenert, YX Yeng, P Bermel, M Soljačić, EN Wang
2013 Transducers & Eurosensors XXVII: The 17th International Conference on …, 2013
102013
2D Photonic-crystals for high spectral conversion efficiency in solar thermophotovoltaics
A Lenert, V Rinnerbauer, DM Bierman, Y Nam, I Celanović, M Soljačić, ...
2014 IEEE 27th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems …, 2014
72014
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