AUSIAPV International Activities

These projects involve significant interaction with our US partners.

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Chief Investigators: Dr Mark Keevers
Overview: In 2013 and 2014, this project explored the use of spectrum splitting to improve the performance of a concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) receiver.
Chief Investigators: Prof Yi-Bing Cheng
Overview: Solid-state dye-sensitised solar cells (ssDSCs) are of huge interest within the scientific community due to the attractiveness of renewable energy sources that are compatible with robust and inexpe
Chief Investigators: Dr Stephen Bremner
Overview: UNSW has been partnering with a consortium of top US and international universities on next-generation silicon solar cells with targeted efficiencies of 29%, as part of the US Department of Energy
Overview: A long-standing research collaboration between UNSW and NREL, now being conducted as an AUSIAPV collaborative project, involves the reliable documentation of the current status of the whole range o
Overview: Many students come to UNSW wanting to learn how solar cells are manufactured.
Chief Investigators: Martin Stolterfoht
Overview: year, the ACAP Management Committee selects an ACAP node to have the opportunity to nominate a student, post-doctoral or early researcher for an international exchange visit to work with one of our