Adi came to KAUST as a visiting student in KPV Lab (De Wolf group) a few months before he began his Ph.D studies in the same lab. During his visit, he was learning how to fabricate silicon heterojunction solar cells and was learning some characterization techniques such as photoconductance (PC) lifetime measurement, atomic force microscope (AFM), time resolved photoluminescence spectroscopy (TRPL), etc. Now, as a PhD student, he is working on silicon heterojunction solar cells, specifically on carrier selective contacts based on transition metal oxide and organic molecules.
Research Interests Keywords
Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells