Phil Jahelka

Graduate Student

Plasmonics



Phil Jahelka graduated from Reed College with a BA in Physics in 2014, where he wrote his thesis on the validity of the envelope function and effective mass approximations under Darrell Schroeter. Phil joined the Applied Physics option at Caltech in 2014 and is currently researching III-V nanowire on Si tandem solar cells.

Available Publications


Photovoltaic operation in the lower atmosphere and at the surface of Venus

Jonathan Grandidier, Alexander P. Kirk, Phillip Jahelka, Margaret A. Stevens, Pawan K. Gogna, David Crisp, Mark L. Osowski, Thomas E. Vandervelde, Harry A. Atwater, and James A. Cutts
Progress in Photovoltics (2020) - Photovoltaics

High Broadband Light Transmission for Solar Fuels Production Using Dielectric Optical Waveguides in TiO2 Nanocone Arrays

Sisir Yalamanchili, Erik Verlage, Wen-Hui Cheng, Katherine T. Fountaine, Philip R. Jahelka, Paul A. Kempler, Rebecca Saive, Nathan S. Lewis, and Harry A. Atwater
Nano Letters (2020) - Nanophotonics Photovoltaics

High Broadband Light Transmission for Solar Fuels Production Using Dielectric Optical Waveguides in TiO2 Nanocone Arrays

Sisir Yalamanchili, Erik Verlage, Wen-Hui Cheng, Katherine T. Fountaine, Philip R. Jahelka, Paul A. Kempler, Rebecca Saive, Nathan S. Lewis, and Harry A. Atwater
NANO Letters, Nano Lett. 2020, 20, 502−508 (2020) - Nanophotonic Materials and Devices Nanophotonics Photovoltaics

Photovoltaic operation in the lower atmosphere and at the surface of Venus

Jonathan Grandidier, Alexander P. Kirk, Phillip Jahelka, Margaret A. Stevens, Pawan K. Gogna, David Crisp, Mark L. Osowski, Thomas E. Vandervelde, Harry A. Atwater, and James A. Cutts
Prog Photovolt Res Appl. 2019;1–9. wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/pip (2020) - Photovoltaics Solar Fuels

A new metal transfer process for van der Waals contacts to vertical Schottky-junction transition metal dichalcogenide photovoltaics

Cora M. Went, Joeson Wong, Phillip R. Jahelka, Michael Kelzenberg, Souvik Biswas, Matthew S. Hunt, Abigail Carbone, and Harry A. Atwater
Science Advances 2019 (2020) - 2D Materials