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Published on 7 December 2023
Research FieldMathematics - Numerical analysis - Simulation

Domaine-SRadiation-matter interactions

ThemeEngineering sciences

Theme-SCondensed matter physics, chemistry & nanosciences

Mathematics - Numerical analysis - Simulation Engineering sciences Radiation-matter interactions Condensed matter physics, chemistry & nanosciences DRT DOPT SIONA LINA Grenoble
Third generation Photovoltaic Solar Cells are based on the extensive use of nanostructurations to scatter light and confine the electromagnetic fields. Modelling and optimization of such a PV cells is currently a challenge since the phenomena involved in light trapping and confinement lie on several decades (from nanometers scale to several microns scale). Then, to develop and adapt simulation programs using low cost massively parallel processors are mandatory for PV cells conception. The task consists in developing computation techniques using GPU processors in order to optimize Third Generation Solar Cells. The post-doc will work within computer science specialists as well as optoelectronics modelling engineers, building a bridge between advanced and applied research of scientific computing.
Département d’Optronique (LETI) Service Ingénierie Optique et Nouvelles Applications Laboratoire Ingénierie et Nouvelles Applications
DEUTSCH Thierry CEA DRF/IRIG//MEM CEA Grenoble 17, av. des Martyrs 38054 Grenoble Cedex 9 04 38 78 34 06
Start date1/9/2010

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