Farris Engineering Center - Room 201
- We are looking for self-motivated undergraduate and graduate students to join our lab. Research projects focus on nanophotonics, solar photovoltaics, and nanoscale energy conversion. Both theoretical and experimental investigations will be performed.
- Ph.D. University of Minnesota, Chemical Engineering & Materials Science with Physics Minor, 2009
Seoul National University, Chemical
Engineering , 1998
National University, Chemical
Engineering , 1996
- Thermal Radiation
- Solar Energy Harvesting and Conversion
- Nanoscale Thermal Energy Conversion
- 2012-: Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical & Nuclear Engineering University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
- 2009-12: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Mechanical Engineering MIT, Cambridge MA
Research Scientist, LG Chem Research Park, Daejeon, Korea
317 Chemical Nuclear Engineering Analysis Fall 2012
- A. Mavrokefalos, S. E. Han, S. Yerci, M. S. Branham, and G. Chen, Efficient light-trapping in inverted nano-pyramid thin crystalline silicon membranes for solar cell applications, Nano Lett. 12, 2792 (2012).
E. Han and G. Chen, Toward the Lambertian limit of light
trapping in thin nanostructured silicon solar cells, Nano Lett.
10, 4692 (2010).
- S. E. Han and G. Chen, Optical absorption enhancement in silicon nanohole arrays for solar photovoltaics, Nano Lett. 10, 1012 (2010).
- S. E. Han and D. J. Norris, Beaming thermal emission from hot metallic bulls eyes, Opt. Express 18, 4829 (2010).
- S. E. Han and D. J. Norris, Control of thermal emission by selective heating of periodic structures, Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 043901 (2010).
- S. E. Han, Theory of thermal emission from periodic structures, Phys. Rev. B 80, 155108 (2009).
E. Han, A. Stein, and D. J. Norris, Tailoring self-assembled
metallic photonic crystals for modified thermal emission, Phys.
Rev. Lett. 99, 053906 (2007).
[Selected for Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology 16, Issue 7, August 13 (2007)]
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