By Qasim 2 years ago
Optical absorbers find usages in a broad range of applications across the electromagnetic spectrum, including photovoltaic and photochemical cells, photodetectors, optical filters, stealth technology, and thermal light sources. Owing to emerging area of integrated photonics, the development of nanoscale absorbers and photovoltaic cells is inevitable. Such absorbers are designed to achieve almost unity absorption on a particular wavelength or on a broadband scale. Their performance in the visible regime is of main concern, as visible regime covers the highest energy region of solar spectra. This project is supervised by Dr. Qasim where main objective is to develop new designs and to explore new possible materials for nano-scaled absorber and solar cells. Mr. Ahsan Sarwar Rana (PhD Scholar) and Muhammad Faizan (MS Scholar) are working on this project.