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URN etd-0825111-110402 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2214 times. Download 94 times. Author Cheng-Chieh Juan Author's Email Address No Public. Department Electro-Optical Engineering Year 2010 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 107 Title Silicon-Based Hybrid Solar Cell Fabricated by Energy-Assisted Agent Crystallization Technology Keyword Solar Cells Solar Cells Abstract This thesis research aims to: combine the low thermal budget and rapid energy-assisted agent crystallization technology developed by the laboratory and the innovative hybrid sub-wavelength structured anti-reflective layer, to complete polysilicon thin-film heterojunction solar cells, in order to replace the high-cost traditional solar cell fabricated with silicon-based bulk as well as the traditional anti-reflective technology. Through modulating the different process conditions and discussing their differences, the thesis can validate the feasibility and practicality of the innovative processes and structures for the fabrication of solar cells. And it is expected to combine energy-assisted agent crystallization technology and innovative hybrid anti-reflective layer, and etc. many advantages, to create more development possibility for silicon-based thin film solar cells. Advisor Committee Chiung-Wei Lin - advisor
Wen-Ching Shih - co-chair
Yeong-Lin Lai - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2011-07-25 Date of Submission 2011-08-25