Haley Bauser

Graduate Student


Haley is a graduate student in the Applied Physics option and joined the Atwater group in September 2016. She is currently part of the MOSAIC team working on the design and fabrication of a tandem solar cell using luminescent solar concentrators. The goal is to have a working prototype that is highly efficient, but low cost. Before coming to Caltech, she graduated from The College of William & Mary in 2016 with a B.S. in Physics. Outside of the lab Haley likes playing music, lifting, and racing triathlons.

Available Publications

A hybrid coupler for directing quantum light emission with high radiative Purcell enhancement to a dielectric metasurface lens

Frank Yang, Pankaj Kumar Jha, Hamidreza Akbari, Haley C. Bauser, and Harry A. Atwater
Journal of Applied Physics (2021) - Quantum Photonics

Silicon Heterojunction Microcells

Maggie M. Potter, Megan E. Phelan, Pradeep Balaji, Phillip Jahelka, Haley C. Bauser, Rebecca D. Glaudell, Cora M. Went, Michael J. Enright, David R. Needell, André Augusto, Harry A. Atwater, and Ralph G. Nuzzo
(2021) - Photovoltaics

AlSb as a material for high index contrast nanophotonics

Haley C Bauser, David R. Needell, and Harry A. Atwater
Optical Materials Express (2021) - Nanophotonics

Outdoor performance of a tandem InGaP/Si photovoltaic luminescent solar concentrator

Megan Phelan, David R. Needell, Haley Bauser, Hanxiao Su, Michael Deceglie, San Theingi, Brent Koscher, Zach Nett, Colton R. Bukowsky, Ognjen Ilic, Paul Stradins, John Geisz, Ralph Nuzzo, A. Paul Alivisatos, Harry A. Atwater
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 223 (2021) 110945 (2021) - Photovoltaics

Photonic Crystal Waveguides for >90% Light Trapping Efficiency in Luminescent Solar Concentrators

Haley C. Bauser, Colton R. Bukowsky, Megan Phelan, William Weigand, David R. Needell, Zachary C. Holman, and Harry A. Atwater
ACS Photonics (2020) - Photovoltaics