Nanofabrication for Optoelectronic Applications
Jennifer is a Research Fellow at Nanofabrication for Optoelectronic Applications group, where her research involves topics as, fundamental characterization of charge carrier dynamics in complex semiconductors for energy applications and development of passivation/light management schemes for novel solar cells’ architectures.
Jennifer holds a PhD in Physics from the University of Aveiro. She dedicated her research to understanding the impact of absorbers’ electronic structure on chalcogenide (ultra)thin-film solar cells’ performance. Jennifer trusts that a solid fundamental knowledge of materials’ properties is critical for a continuous fostering of innovative materials through the rational use of natural resources, in order to meet the urge for sustainable energy solutions, suiting the circular economy principle.
- M. A. Curado et al.
Front passivation of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells using Al2O3: Culprits and benefits
AAppl. Mater. Today 21, 100867 (2020)
- J. P. Teixeira et al.
Evidence of Limiting Effects of Fluctuating Potentials on VOC of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Thin-Film Solar Cells
Phys. Rev. Applied 11, p. 054013 (2019)
- J. P. Teixeira et al.,
Radiative transitions in highly doped and compensated chalcopyrites and kesterites: The case of Cu2ZnSnS4
Phys. Rev. B 90, p. 2352 (2014)