Dr. Albert Polman is a group research leader at the FOM Institute AMOLF in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where he heads the Program “Light management in new photovoltaic materials”. He is professor of Photonic materials for photovoltaics at the University of Amsterdam. Polman obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Utrecht in 1989, was post-doctoral researcher at AT&T Bell Laboratories until 1991 and then became group leader at AMOLF, where he also served as director from 2006-2013. In 2003 he spent a sabbatical year at Caltech.
Polman is one of the pioneers of the research field of nanophotonics: the control, understanding, and application of light at the nanoscale. Polman’s research group specializes in fundamental studies at the interface between optical physics and materials science, and has regularly demonstrated transfer of knowledge to applied concepts.
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Siying Peng (彭斯颖), Nick J. Schilder, Xiang Ni, Jorik van de Groep, Mark L. Brongersma, Andrea Alù,
Alexander B. Khanikaev, Harry A. Atwater, and Albert Polman
Physical Review Letters (2019)
Emily D. Kosten, Bonna K. Newman, John V. Lloyd, Albert Polman, and Harry A. Atwater
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics (2015) - Photovoltaics