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Willem-Jan Berghuis is a postdoctoral researcher in the Plasma & Materials Processing (PMP) group at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). In this role he works on atomic scale processing for (opto)electronic applications. This entails for example the development of atomic-layer-deposited ferroelectric materials for memory applications, but also the engineering of semiconductor interfaces with low defect denisities.
My goal is to contribute to the next generations of (opto)electronic devices by enginering innovative films and interfaces at the nanoscale.
Willem-Jan Berghuis received his MSc degree in Applied Physics from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in 2018. After this, he started a PhD at the TU/e in the research field of semiconductor surface passivation by ultrathin films. He succesfully defended his thesis in October 2022 and continued his carreer as postdoctoral researcher at the TU/e.
Nanolayers for Germanium Surface Passivation Prepared by Atomic Layer Deposition and Chemical Vapor Deposition(2022)
POx/Al2O3 stacks for surface passivation of Si and InPSolar Energy Materials and Solar Cells (2022)
Temporal and spatial atomic layer deposition of Al-doped zinc oxide as a passivating conductive contact for silicon solar cellsSolar Energy Materials and Solar Cells (2022)
Extracting surface recombination parameters of germanium-dielectric interfaces by corona-lifetime experimentsJournal of Applied Physics (2022)
Extremely low material consumption III/V solar cell(2022)
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