Dr. Jing-Shun Huang

Postdoc

Photovoltaics

626-395-1976



Jing-Shun joined Atwater group as Resnick Postdoctoral Fellow in 2014. He is working in an exciting area of organic photovoltaics employing plasmon-enhanced long-distance energy transfer. Prior to Caltech, he spent two years at Yale University as postdoctoral associate for investigating employing Förster resonance energy transfer to improve the quantum yields of incident photons in polymer solar cells, and had achieved a 38% increase in power conversion efficiency. Prior arriving Yale, he got his PhD degree in Photonics and Optoelectronics at National Taiwan University, where his work involved the invention of transition metal oxide inks for optical spacers in polymer solar cells, the development of organic-inorganic hybrid solar cells, and the design of ZnO nanostructures.