Rebecca Glaudell

Alumni - Industry and Private Sector



Rebecca is a 2021 Physics Ph.D. graduate. Her interests were in addressing the causes of and mitigating the effects of climate change. In the Atwater group, Rebecca is specializing in molecular beam epitaxial growth of Zn-based II-VI semiconductors for use as carrier-selective contacts in HIT-style silicon solar cells. Previously, Rebecca worked on soft point-contact spectroscopy of strongly correlated electron systems under Dr. Laura Greene while earning a B.S. in Engineering Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with a brief stint at CERN working on the magnetic optimization of the future linear collider CLIC under Dr. Rogelio Tomas Garcia.

Available Publications


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

Phase Modulation with Electrically Tunable Vanadium Dioxide Phase-Change Metasurfaces

Yonghwi Kim, Pin Chieh Wu, Ruzan Sokhoyan, Kelly Mauser, Rebecca Glaudell,
Ghazaleh Kafaie Shirmanesh, and Harry A. Atwater
NANO Letters (2019)