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Miro Zeman
Miro Zeman
Professor Photovoltaics, Delft University of Technology
Verified email at tudelft.nl
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Efficient solar water splitting by enhanced charge separation in a bismuth vanadate-silicon tandem photoelectrode
FF Abdi, L Han, AHM Smets, M Zeman, B Dam, R Van De Krol
Nature communications 4 (1), 2195, 2013
13902013
Solar Energy: The physics and engineering of photovoltaic conversion, technologies and systems
A Smets, K Jäger, O Isabella, R Van Swaaij, M Zeman
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016
869*2016
Amorphous and microcrystalline silicon solar cells: modeling, materials and device technology
REI Schropp, M Zeman
Kluwer Academic, 1998
7281998
System design for a solar powered electric vehicle charging station for workplaces
GRC Mouli, P Bauer, M Zeman
Applied Energy 168, 434-443, 2016
5182016
Plasmonic light trapping in thin-film silicon solar cells with improved self-assembled silver nanoparticles
H Tan, R Santbergen, AHM Smets, M Zeman
Nano letters 12 (8), 4070-4076, 2012
5142012
Optical modeling of solar cells with rough interfaces: Effect of back contact and interface roughness
M Zeman, R Van Swaaij, JW Metselaar, REI Schropp
Journal of Applied Physics 88 (11), 6436-6443, 2000
3342000
Effect of surface roughness of ZnO: Al films on light scattering in hydrogenated amorphous silicon solar cells
J Krč, M Zeman, O Kluth, F Smole, M Topič
Thin solid films 426 (1-2), 296-304, 2003
2792003
Efficient water‐splitting device based on a bismuth vanadate photoanode and thin‐film silicon solar cells
L Han, FF Abdi, R Van De Krol, R Liu, Z Huang, HJ Lewerenz, B Dam, ...
ChemSusChem 7 (10), 2832-2838, 2014
1952014
Modulated surface textures for enhanced light trapping in thin-film silicon solar cells
O Isabella, J Krč, M Zeman
Applied Physics Letters 97 (10), 2010
1632010
Minimizing optical losses in monolithic perovskite/c-Si tandem solar cells with a flat top cell
R Santbergen, R Mishima, T Meguro, M Hino, H Uzu, J Blanker, ...
Optics express 24 (18), A1288-A1299, 2016
1422016
Optical modeling of a-Si: H solar cells deposited on textured glass/SnO2 substrates
J Krč, M Zeman, F Smole, M Topič
Journal of applied physics 92 (2), 749-755, 2002
1362002
Computer modelling of current matching in a-Si: H/a-Si: H tandem solar cells on textured TCO substrates
M Zeman, JA Willemen, LLA Vosteen, G Tao, JW Metselaar
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 46 (2), 81-99, 1997
1361997
GenPro4 optical model for solar cell simulation and its application to multijunction solar cells
R Santbergen, T Meguro, T Suezaki, G Koizumi, K Yamamoto, M Zeman
IEEE journal of photovoltaics 7 (3), 919-926, 2017
1232017
Design and comparison of a 10-kW interleaved boost converter for PV application using Si and SiC devices
GRC Mouli, JH Schijffelen, P Bauer, M Zeman
IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics 5 (2), 610-623, 2016
1192016
Optical and electrical modeling of thin-film silicon solar cells
M Zeman, J Krc
Journal of Materials Research 23 (4), 889-898, 2008
1182008
Comparison of system architecture and converter topology for a solar powered electric vehicle charging station
GRC Mouli, P Bauer, M Zeman
2015 9th International Conference on Power Electronics and ECCE Asia (ICPE …, 2015
1142015
Modelling of thin-film silicon solar cells
M Zeman, O Isabella, S Solntsev, K Jäger
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 119, 94-111, 2013
1102013
Experimental Demonstration of 4n2 Classical Absorption Limit in Nanotextured Ultrathin Solar Cells with Dielectric Omnidirectional Back Reflector
A Ingenito, O Isabella, M Zeman
ACS photonics 1 (3), 270-278, 2014
1092014
ZnO: Al films prepared by rf magnetron sputtering applied as back reflectors in thin-film silicon solar cells
AMK Dagamseh, B Vet, FD Tichelaar, P Sutta, M Zeman
Thin Solid Films 516 (21), 7844-7850, 2008
1092008
IBC c-Si solar cells based on ion-implanted poly-silicon passivating contacts
G Yang, A Ingenito, O Isabella, M Zeman
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 158, 84-90, 2016
1072016
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