Arno HM Smets
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Efficient solar water splitting by enhanced charge separation in a bismuth vanadate-silicon tandem photoelectrode
FF Abdi, L Han, AHM Smets, M Zeman, B Dam, R Van De Krol
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-7, 2013
9122013
Plasmonic light trapping in thin-film silicon solar cells with improved self-assembled silver nanoparticles
H Tan, R Santbergen, AHM Smets, M Zeman
Nano letters 12 (8), 4070-4076, 2012
4102012
Vacancies and voids in hydrogenated amorphous silicon
AHM Smets, WMM Kessels, MCM Van de Sanden
Applied physics letters 82 (10), 1547-1549, 2003
2492003
Solar Energy: The physics and engineering of photovoltaic conversion, technologies and systems
AHM Smets, K Jäger, O Isabella, RA Swaaij, M Zeman
UIT Cambridge, 2015
1772015
Hydrogenated amorphous silicon deposited at very high growth rates by an expanding plasma
WMM Kessels, RJ Severens, AHM Smets, BA Korevaar, GJ Adriaenssens, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 89 (4), 2404-2413, 2001
1362001
High-rate deposition of microcrystalline silicon solar cells in the high pressure depletion regime
AHM Smets, T Matsui, M Kondo
Journal of Applied Physics 104 (3), 034508, 2008
1252008
Relation of the Si H stretching frequency to the nanostructural Si H bulk environment
AHM Smets, MCM Van De Sanden
Physical Review B 76 (7), 073202, 2007
1202007
Solar energy: fundamentals, technology and systems
KD Jäger, O Isabella, AHM Smets, RA van Swaaij, M Zeman
UIT Cambridge, 2016
1182016
On the growth mechanism of a-Si: H
WMM Kessels, AHM Smets, DC Marra, ES Aydil, DC Schram, ...
Thin Solid Films 383 (1-2), 154-160, 2001
1162001
Efficient water‐splitting device based on a bismuth vanadate photoanode and thin‐film silicon solar cells
L Han, FF Abdi, R van de Krol, R Liu, Z Huang, HJ Lewerenz, B Dam, ...
ChemSusChem 7 (10), 2832-2838, 2014
1152014
Formation of cationic silicon clusters in a remote silane plasma and their contribution to hydrogenated amorphous silicon film growth
WMM Kessels, CM Leewis, MCM Van de Sanden, DC Schram
Journal of applied physics 86 (7), 4029-4039, 1999
921999
Infrared analysis of the bulk silicon-hydrogen bonds as an optimization tool for high-rate deposition of microcrystalline silicon solar cells
AHM Smets, T Matsui, M Kondo
Applied Physics Letters 92 (3), 033506, 2008
862008
Temperature dependence of the surface roughness evolution during hydrogenated amorphous silicon film growth
AHM Smets, WMM Kessels, MCM Van de Sanden
Applied physics letters 82 (6), 865-867, 2003
742003
Optical model for multilayer structures with coherent, partly coherent and incoherent layers
R Santbergen, AHM Smets, M Zeman
Optics express 21 (102), A262-A267, 2013
722013
Application of plasmonic silver island films in thin-film silicon solar cells
R Santbergen, TL Temple, R Liang, AHM Smets, R Van Swaaij, M Zeman
Journal of Optics 14 (2), 024010, 2012
722012
Micro-textures for efficient light trapping and improved electrical performance in thin-film nanocrystalline silicon solar cells
H Tan, E Psomadaki, O Isabella, M Fischer, P Babal, R Vasudevan, ...
Applied Physics Letters 103 (17), 173905, 2013
712013
Wide bandgap p-type nanocrystalline silicon oxide as window layer for high performance thin-film silicon multi-junction solar cells
H Tan, P Babal, M Zeman, AHM Smets
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 132, 597-605, 2015
662015
Improved light trapping in microcrystalline silicon solar cells by plasmonic back reflector with broad angular scattering and low parasitic absorption
H Tan, L Sivec, B Yan, R Santbergen, M Zeman, AHM Smets
Applied Physics Letters 102 (15), 153902, 2013
622013
Extracting large photovoltages from a-SiC photocathodes with an amorphous TiO 2 front surface field layer for solar hydrogen evolution
IA Digdaya, L Han, TWF Buijs, M Zeman, B Dam, AHM Smets, WA Smith
Energy & Environmental Science 8 (5), 1585-1593, 2015
512015
Thin-film silicon-based quadruple junction solar cells approaching 20% conversion efficiency
O Isabella, AHM Smets, M Zeman
Solar energy materials and solar cells 129, 82-89, 2014
502014
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