71 Nanostructured Thin Films

Monday, November 17, 2014: 8:30 AM
International 3 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
Papers in this session will address the synthesis, characterization, and application of thin films with nanometer-scale features. The scope includes but is not limited to mesoporous metal oxide films, zeolite membranes, and templating with porous films

Inorganic Materials
Electronics and Photonics (08E), Global Nuclear and Solar Energy for the 21st Century (T4B)

Mark A. Snyder
Email: snyder@lehigh.edu

Hae-Kwon Jeong
Email: jeong@chemail.tamu.edu

Michael Z. Hu
Email: hum1@ornl.gov

9:06 AM
(71c) Engineering Lithium-Containing Ionic Conductive Thin Films By Atomic Layer Deposition for Lithium-Ion Battery Applications
Jea Cho, Trevor Seegmiller, Jonathan Lau, Leland Smith, Janet Hur, Bruce Dunn and Jane P. Chang

9:24 AM
(71d) Symmetry-Breaking in Light-Trapping Nanostructures on Silicon for Solar Photovoltaics
Sang Eon Han, Swapnadip Ghosh, Tianhao Cai, Brittany R. Hoard and Sang M Han

9:42 AM
(71e) Modeling of Silicon Dopant Activation in Ingaas
Binit Lukose, Cheng-Wei Lee and Paulette Clancy

10:18 AM
(71g) Role of Light Scattering in Hybrid Solar Cells
James Dorman, Matthias Noebels, Thomas Pfadler, Jonas Weickert and Lukas Schmidt-Mende
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