Abstract

Periodic or random nanostructures implemented into thin-film solar cells at the front, rear and as interlayer enhance solar cell efficiencies. The underlying effect of dielectric or plasmonic light scattering will be discussed combining experiments (ARS, EQE, SNOM) and theory (FEM, FDTD).

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