David Ginley
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Transparent conducting oxides
DS Ginley, C Bright
MRS bulletin 25 (8), 15-18, 2000
Prediction of flatband potentials at semiconductor‐electrolyte interfaces from atomic electronegativities
MA Butler, DS Ginley
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 125 (2), 228, 1978
Transparent conductors
DS Ginley, JD Perkins
Handbook of transparent conductors, 1-25, 2010
Transparent conducting oxides for photovoltaics
E Fortunato, D Ginley, H Hosono, DC Paine
MRS bulletin 32 (3), 242-247, 2007
Inverted bulk-heterojunction organic photovoltaic device using a solution-derived ZnO underlayer
MS White, DC Olson, SE Shaheen, N Kopidakis, DS Ginley
Applied Physics Letters 89 (14), 2006
Consensus stability testing protocols for organic photovoltaic materials and devices
MO Reese, SA Gevorgyan, M Jørgensen, E Bundgaard, SR Kurtz, ...
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 95 (5), 1253-1267, 2011
Organic-based photovoltaics: toward low-cost power generation
SE Shaheen, DS Ginley, GE Jabbour
MRS bulletin 30 (1), 10-19, 2005
Identifying defect-tolerant semiconductors with high minority-carrier lifetimes: beyond hybrid lead halide perovskites
RE Brandt, V Stevanović, DS Ginley, T Buonassisi
Mrs Communications 5 (2), 265-275, 2015
Superconducting phase of : A superconducting composition resulting from phase separation
JD Jorgensen, B Dabrowski, S Pei, DG Hinks, L Soderholm, B Morosin, ...
Physical Review B 38 (16), 11337, 1988
Strontium titanate photoelectrodes. Efficient photoassisted electrolysis of water at zero applied potential
MS Wrighton, AB Ellis, PT Wolczanski, DL Morse, HB Abrahamson, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 98 (10), 2774-2779, 1976
Hybrid photovoltaic devices of polymer and ZnO nanofiber composites
DC Olson, J Piris, RT Collins, SE Shaheen, DS Ginley
Thin solid films 496 (1), 26-29, 2006
Low-cost inorganic solar cells: from ink to printed device
SE Habas, HAS Platt, MFAM van Hest, DS Ginley
Chemical reviews 110 (11), 6571-6594, 2010
Photovoltaic devices with a low band gap polymer and CdSe nanostructures exceeding 3% efficiency
S Dayal, N Kopidakis, DC Olson, DS Ginley, G Rumbles
Nano letters 10 (1), 239-242, 2010
Solution processing of transparent conductors: from flask to film
RM Pasquarelli, DS Ginley, R O'Hayre
Chemical Society Reviews 40 (11), 5406-5441, 2011
Solar energy conversion toward 1 terawatt
D Ginley, MA Green, R Collins
MRS bulletin 33, 355-364, 2008
Hybrid organic–inorganic perovskites (HOIPs): opportunities and challenges
J Berry, T Buonassisi, DA Egger, G Hodes, L Kronik, YL Loo, I Lubomirsky, ...
Advanced Materials 27 (35), 5102-5112, 2015
Evidence for near-Surface NiOOH Species in Solution-Processed NiOx Selective Interlayer Materials: Impact on Energetics and the Performance of Polymer Bulk …
EL Ratcliff, J Meyer, KX Steirer, A Garcia, JJ Berry, DS Ginley, DC Olson, ...
Chemistry of Materials 23 (22), 4988-5000, 2011
Passivation of grain boundaries in polycrystalline silicon
CH Seager, DS Ginley
Applied Physics Letters 34 (5), 337-340, 1979
Enhanced Efficiency in Plastic Solar Cells via Energy Matched Solution Processed NiOx Interlayers
KX Steirer, PF Ndione, NE Widjonarko, MT Lloyd, J Meyer, EL Ratcliff, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 1 (5), 813-820, 2011
Photoinduced degradation of polymer and polymer–fullerene active layers: experiment and theory
MO Reese, AM Nardes, BL Rupert, RE Larsen, DC Olson, MT Lloyd, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 20 (20), 3476-3483, 2010
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