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Qi Wang

Group Manager
On staff since: 1994

Phone number: 303-384-6681
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Primary Research Interests

I am a solid-state physicist mainly interested in thin-film device and device physics, which includes:

  • High-efficiency c-Si heterojunction solar cells
  • Thin-film Si solar cells, diodes, memory devices, and TFTs
  • High-throughput thin-film deposition methods and characterization tools

Other Affiliations

  • Materials Research Society, Member
  • SPIE—The International Society for Optical Engineering
  • American Chemical Society, Member

Education and Background Training

  • Ph.D. in Solid-State Physics from Syracuse University
  • M.S. in Physics from Western Illinois University
  • M.S. student in Physics from Peking University, China
  • B.S. in Physics from Peking University, China.

Hobbies and Other Interests

  • Golfing
  • Hiking

Selected Publications

Wang, T. H.; Page, M. R.; Iwaniczko, E.; Xu, Y.; Yan, Y.; Roybal, L.; Levi, D.; Bauer, R.; Branz, H. M.; Wang, Q. (2006). High-Efficiency p-Type Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells. Poortmans, J., et al., eds. Twentyfirst European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 4–8 September 2006, Dresden, Germany. Munich, Germany: WIP-Renewable Energies pp. 781–783.

Wang, Q.; Teplin, C. W.; Stradins, P.; To, B.; Jones, K. M.; Branz, H. M. (2006). Significant Improvement in Silicon Chemical Vapor Deposition Epitaxy Above the Surface Dehydrogenation Temperature. Article No. 093520. Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 100(9), 2006; 5 pp.

Young, D. L.; Williamson, D. L.; Stradins, P.; Yu, Y.; Mahan, H.; Iwaniczko, E.; Branz, H. M.; Wang, Q. (2006). Rapid Solid-Phase Crystallization of High Deposition Rate Hot-Wire Chemical Vapor Deposition Amorphous Silicon. Poortmans, J., et al., eds. Twenty-first European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference: Proceedings of the International Conference, 4–8 September 2006, Dresden, Germany.

Wang, Q. (2003). Combinatorial Hot-Wire CVD Approach to Exploring Thin-Film Si Materials and Devices. Thin Solid Films. Vol. 430, 2003; pp. 78–82.

Wang, Q.; Ward, S.; Duda, A.; Hu, J.; Stradins, P.; Crandall, R. S.; Branz, H. M.; Perlov, C.; Jackson, W.; Mei, P.; Taussig, C. (2004). High-Current-Density Thin-Film Silicon Diodes Grown at Low Temperature. Applied Physics Letters. Vol. 85(11), 13 September 2004; pp. 2122–2124.

View a complete list of my NREL publications.