Dr. Carissa Eisler

Alumni - Research and National Labs

Plasmonics

626-395-2380



Dr. Eisler received her PhD in Chemical Engineering in 2016. She is currently a postdoctoral scholar at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.

 

Available Publications


The Polyhedral Specular Reflector: A Spectrum-Splitting Multijunction Design to Achieve Ultrahigh (>50%) Solar Module Efficiencies

Carissa N. Eisler, Cristofer A. Flowers, Emily C. Warmann, John V. Lloyd, Pilar Espinet-Gonzalez, Sunita Darbe , Michelle S. Dee, Matthew D. Escarra, Emily D. Kosten, Weijun Zhou, and Harry A. Atwater
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics (2018) - Photovoltaics

Design of photovoltaics for modules with 50% efficiency

Emily C. Warmann, Cristofer Flowers, John Lloyd, Carissa N. Eisler, Matthew D. Escarra & Harry A. Atwater
Energy, Science & Engineering (2017) - Photovoltaics

Suppression of Surface Recombination in CuInSe2 (CIZ) Thin Films via Trioctylphosphine Sulfide (TOP:S) Surface Passivation

Shi Luo, Carissa Eisler, Tsun-Hsin Wong, Hai Xiao, Chuan-En Lin, Tsung-Ta Wu, Chang-Hong Shen, Jia-Min Shieh, Chuang-Chuang Tsai, Chee-Wee Liu, Harry A. Atwater, William A. Goddard III, Jiun-Haw Lee, Julia R. Greer
Acta Materialia (2016) - Photovoltaics

Multijunction Solar Cell Efficiencies: Effect of Spectral Window, Optical Environment and Radiative Coupling

Carissa N. Eisler, Ze’ev R. Abrams, Matthew T. Sheldon, Xiang Zhang, and Harry A. Atwater
Energy & Environmental Science (2014) - Plasmonics

Nanophotonic Design Principles for Ultrahigh Efficiency Photovoltaics

Harry Atwater, Albert Polman, Emily Kosten, Dennis Callahan, Pierpaolo Spinelli, Carissa Eisler, Matthew Escarra, Emily Warmann, and Cristofer Flowers
AIP Conference Proceedings (2013) - Photovoltaics