The Nanophotonic Energy Materials group, lead by Dr. Eric Johlin, explores new structures, materials, and systems utilizing nanophotonics for photovoltaics and other optoelectronic devices.
The group uses a combination of theory, simulations, experimental fabrication and characterization to design, optimize, create and test devices. Applications range from basic science research, to fabrication of working proof-of-concept devices, cognizant of the need for scalable designs and techniques.
- Nov. 2018 - Our work on nanophotonic lenses was published in Nature Communications
- April 2018 - We are currently looking for new MS and PhD students, please check the Contact page for more information!