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Dr. ir. Christos Trompoukis (Postdoctoral Researcher)
This person worked in the group from 2016 till 2019.
Christos received in 2008 his B.Sc in Physics from the University of Athens in Greece and, in 2010 his M.Sc in Physics from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
|Affiliation: ||Ghent University - KU Leuven University|
Department of Information Technology
|Research Area: ||Solar cells and solar water splitting for hydrogen fuel|
|Promotor: ||Roel Baets
During his Ph.D. he was part of imec's solar cell group where he was working on photonic nanostructures for advanced light trapping in silicon solar cells.
In 2015 he received his Ph.D. degree in Engineering Science from KU Leuven and started investigating solar hydrogen fuel cells as a postdoctoral researcher between KU Leuven's surface chemistry and catalysis group and UGent's Photonics group.
Since October 2016 he has been working under an FWO postdoctoral mandate.
C. Trompoukis, A. Abass, J.-W. Schuttauf, T. Bosserez, J. Ronge, J. Lauwaerts, J. A. Martens, R. Baets,
Porous multi-junction thin-film silicon solar cells for scalable solar water splitting, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 182, p.196-203 doi:10.1016/j.solmat.2018.03.041 (2018).
G. Heremans, C. Trompoukis, N. Daems, T. Bosserez, I. Vankelecom, J. A. Martens, J. Ronge,
Vapor-fed solar hydrogen production exceeding 15% efficiency using earth abundant catalysts and anion exchange membrane, Sustainable Energy and Fuels, 1(10), p.2061-2065 doi:10.1039/C7SE00373K (2017).
Book / Book Chapter
T. Bosserez, J. Ronge, L. Geerts, C. Trompoukis, J. A. Martens,
Integrated Solar Hydrogen Devices: Cell Design and Nanostructured Components in Liquid and Vapor‐Phase Water Splitting, Nanotechnology in Catalysis: Applications in the Chemical Industry, Energy Development, and Environment Protection, p.907-938 doi:10.1002/9783527699827.ch34 (2017).
C. Trompoukis, T. Bosserez, A. Abass, J.-W. Schuttauf, J. Ronge, J. A. Martens, R. Baets,
Monolithic solar water splitting: introducing porosity in multijunction solar cells with minimal degradation to enable ionic shortcuts, Optical Nanostructures and Advanced Materials for Photovoltaics, Materials for Photovoltaics , United States, p.paper PW3A.4 (3 pages) doi:10.1364/pv.2017.pw3a.4 (2017).
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