Michelle Dee

Alumni - Industry and Private Sector



Michelle received her MS in Chemical Engineering in 2014. Her research focused on ultrahigh efficiency photovoltaic modules. She worked in wafer processing and cell fabrication, in addition to prototyping solar concentrators with optical polymers. She is currently a chemical engineer at PPG Aerospace.

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

Path entanglement of surface plasmons

James S Fakonas, Anna Mitskovets, and HarryAAtwater
New Journal of Physics (2015) - Plasmonics

Two-Plasmon Quantum Interference

James S. Fakonas, Hyunseok Lee, Yousif A. Kelaita, and Harry A. Atwater
Nature Photonics (2014) - Plasmonics

Epitaxial Growth of DNA-Assembled Nanoparticle Superlattices on Patterned Substrates

Sondra L Hellstrom, Youngeun Kim, James S Fakonas, Andrew J Senesi, Robert J Macfarlane, Chad A Mirkin, Harry A Atwater
American Chemical Society (2013) - Nanowire

Metal–Polymer–Metal Split-Dipole Nanoantennas

Deirdre M. O'Carroll, James S. Fakonas, Dennis M. Callahan, Martin Schierhorn, Harry. A. Atwater
Advanced Materials (2012) - Metamaterials