Myles A Steiner
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Raising the one-sun conversion efficiency of III–V/Si solar cells to 32.8% for two junctions and 35.9% for three junctions
S Essig, C Allebé, T Remo, JF Geisz, MA Steiner, K Horowitz, L Barraud, ...
Nature Energy 2 (9), 1-9, 2017
3092017
Very high efficiency solar cell modules
A Barnett, D Kirkpatrick, C Honsberg, D Moore, M Wanlass, K Emery, ...
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 17 (1), 75-83, 2009
2632009
Optical enhancement of the open-circuit voltage in high quality GaAs solar cells
MA Steiner, JF Geisz, I Garcia, DJ Friedman, A Duda, SR Kurtz
Journal of Applied Physics 113 (12), 123109, 2013
2442013
Enhanced external radiative efficiency for 20.8% efficient single-junction GaInP solar cells
JF Geisz, MA Steiner, I Garcia, SR Kurtz, DJ Friedman
Applied Physics Letters 103 (4), 041118, 2013
2312013
Direct solar-to-hydrogen conversion via inverted metamorphic multi-junction semiconductor architectures
JL Young, MA Steiner, H Döscher, RM France, JA Turner, TG Deutsch
Nature Energy 2 (4), 1-8, 2017
2242017
Possible Field-Tuned Superconductor-Insulator Transition in High- Superconductors: Implications for Pairing at High Magnetic Fields
MA Steiner, G Boebinger, A Kapitulnik
Physical review letters 94 (10), 107008, 2005
1302005
Compact spectrum splitting photovoltaic module with high efficiency
JD McCambridge, MA Steiner, BL Unger, KA Emery, EL Christensen, ...
Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 19 (3), 352-360, 2011
1272011
Approach to a superconductor-to-Bose-insulator transition in disordered films
MA Steiner, NP Breznay, A Kapitulnik
Physical Review B 77 (21), 212501, 2008
1252008
Superconductivity in the insulating phase above the field-tuned superconductor–insulator transition in disordered indium oxide films
M Steiner, A Kapitulnik
Physica C: Superconductivity 422 (1-2), 16-26, 2005
1252005
Realization of GaInP/Si dual-junction solar cells with 29.8% 1-sun efficiency
S Essig, MA Steiner, C Allebé, JF Geisz, B Paviet-Salomon, S Ward, ...
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 6 (4), 1012-1019, 2016
1182016
A comparison of theoretical efficiencies of multi‐junction concentrator solar cells
S Kurtz, D Myers, WE McMahon, J Geisz, M Steiner
Progress in Photovoltaics: research and applications 16 (6), 537-546, 2008
1142008
Non-linear luminescent coupling in series-connected multijunction solar cells
MA Steiner, JF Geisz
Applied Physics Letters 100 (25), 251106, 2012
1092012
Quadruple-junction inverted metamorphic concentrator devices
RM France, JF Geisz, I Garcia, MA Steiner, WE McMahon, DJ Friedman, ...
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 5 (1), 432-437, 2014
1072014
Six-junction III–V solar cells with 47.1% conversion efficiency under 143 Suns concentration
JF Geisz, RM France, KL Schulte, MA Steiner, AG Norman, HL Guthrey, ...
Nature energy 5 (4), 326-335, 2020
1042020
Milestones toward 50% efficient solar cell modules
A Barnett, D Kirkpatrick, C Honsberg, D Moore, M Wanlass, K Emergy, ...
DELAWARE UNIV NEWARK, 2007
952007
Measuring IV curves and subcell photocurrents in the presence of luminescent coupling
MA Steiner, JF Geisz, TE Moriarty, RM France, WE McMahon, JM Olson, ...
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 3 (2), 879-887, 2012
862012
Building a six-junction inverted metamorphic concentrator solar cell
JF Geisz, MA Steiner, N Jain, KL Schulte, RM France, WE McMahon, ...
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 8 (2), 626-632, 2017
812017
Progress towards a 30% efficient GaInP/Si tandem solar cell
S Essig, S Ward, MA Steiner, DJ Friedman, JF Geisz, P Stradins, ...
Energy Procedia 77, 464-469, 2015
812015
Effects of Internal Luminescence and Internal Optics onandof III--V Solar Cells
MA Steiner, JF Geisz, I Garcia, DJ Friedman, A Duda, WJ Olavarria, ...
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 3 (4), 1437-1442, 2013
792013
Design flexibility of ultrahigh efficiency four-junction inverted metamorphic solar cells
RM France, JF Geisz, I García, MA Steiner, WE McMahon, DJ Friedman, ...
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 6 (2), 578-583, 2015
752015
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