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40 hours of pratical physic sessions: lab of thermoelectricity and optical fibers.
As key component for transparent electronic development, study of the growth of intrinsic and doped copper-based oxides as p-type transparent conducting material and their integration in transparent p-n junctions.
Keywords: AA-MOCVD, Transparent electronic, thin films, p-type transparent semiconducting oxides, transparent diode, transparent organic solar cells.
November 2018- Currently enrolled
PhD student by CNRS, Grenoble-INP, at LMGP-Material and Physical engineering laboratory. In collaboration with ECO-SESA project (University Grenoble Alpes UGA, RF5: Components and materials: specifications for a proper integration into systems).
PhD thesis titled ‘development of transparent p-type semiconducting thin films for transparent electronic applications’. It is focused on the deposition by AA-MOCVD of Cu-based oxides (doped Cu2O, intrinsic and doped CuCrO2) as promising p-type transparent semiconductor, their characterization through different techniques (Four-probe measurement, Van der Pauw technique, UV-VIS spectroscopy. EDS, SEM, TEM, AFM, Raman spectroscopy, XRD, Hall effect measurement) and their integration in devices ( P-N junctions for sensors, diodes, solar cells, ITO/ ZnO nanowires/ CuCrO2)
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