Efficient Thermoelectrics Based on Silicon Nanomeshes

Hans Kosina
TU Wien (Technische Universität Wien)
Institut für Mikroelektronik, Institute for Microelectronics

VSC project / type: 70555 / funded

VSC-2 / status: 2014-06-02 - 2016-10-10 / finished
VSC-3 / status: 2015-04-10 - 2017-04-10 / finished

Publications:

  • Nazemi Sanaz, Pourfath Mahdi, Soleimani Ebrahim Asl, Kosina Hans
    The effect of oxide shell thickness on the structural, electronic, and optical properties of Si-SiO2 core-shell nano-crystals: A (time dependent)density functional theory study
    JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 119, 144302 (2016)

  • Neophytou Neophytos, Thesberg Mischa
    Modulation doping and energy filtering as effective ways to improve the thermoelectric power factor
    JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL ELECTRONICS 15, 16 (2016)

  • Thesberg M., Pourfath M., Neophytou N., Kosina H.
    The Fragility of Thermoelectric Power Factor in Cross-Plane Superlattices in the Presence of Nonidealities: A Quantum Transport Simulation Approach
    JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS 45, 1584 (2016)

  • Thesberg Mischa, Pourfath Mahdi, Kosina Hans, Neophytou Neophytos
    The influence of non-idealities on the thermoelectric power factor of nanostructured superlattices
    JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 118, 224301 (2015)

  • Nazemi Sanaz, Pourfath Mahdi, Soleimani Ebrahim Asl, Kosina Hans
    On the role of spatial position of bridged oxygen atoms as surface passivants on the ground-state gap and photo-absorption spectrum of silicon nano-crystals
    JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 118, 205303 (2015)

  • Karamitaheri Hossein, Pourfath Mahdi, Kosina Hans, Neophytou Neophytos
    Low-dimensional phonon transport effects in ultranarrow disordered graphene nanoribbons
    PHYSICAL REVIEW B 91, 165410 (2015)



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