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Research areas

My current research is a part of the high DK materials for next-generation capacitors theme at the SDU Centre for Industrial Electronics. My main tasks are to design, develop, and characterise new materials for use as dielectric materials in high-performance capacitors.

Education/Academic qualification

Solar energy/organic electronics, PhD, University of Bordeaux

Physical Chemistry, MSc (Hons), Victoria University of Wellington

Research areas

  • Nanomaterials
  • Power Electronics and Power Conversion
  • New materals for power components
  • Solar Cells

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Wetting Chemical Compounds
Electrodes Chemical Compounds
Silver Chemical Compounds
Solar cells Chemical Compounds
Thermal aging Chemical Compounds
Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy Chemical Compounds
Solar energy Chemical Compounds
Oxides Chemical Compounds

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Research Output 2012 2019

  • 5 Journal article
  • 2 Report
  • 1 Book chapter
  • 1 Conference abstract for conference

Degradation Mechanisms in Organic Photovoltaic Devices

Greenbank, W. & Chambon, S., 2019, World Scientific Reference of Hybrid Materials: Volume 2: Devices from Hybrid and Organic Materials. Vol. 2. p. 331-336 (World Scientific Series in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Vol. 17).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterResearch

Electrode de-wetting as a failure mechanism in thermally-aged OPV devices

Greenbank, W., Hirsch, L. & Chambon, S., May 2018, In : Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells. 178, p. 8-14

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Wetting
Electrodes
Silver
Solar cells
Thermal aging

Scalable Strategies to Enhance Mechanical Stability in Efficient, ITO-Free, R2R Printed OPV Devices Processed in Ambient Conditions on Flexible Substrates

Greenbank, W., Destouesse, E., Lamminaho, J. & Madsen, M., 27. Nov 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conference without publisher/journalConference abstract for conferenceCommunication

Improved mechanical adhesion and electronic stability of organic solar cells with thermal ageing: the role of diffusion at the hole extraction interface

Greenbank, W., Rolston, N., Destouesse, E., Wantz, G., Hirsch, L., Dauskardt, R. & Chambon, S., 2017, In : J. Mater. Chem. A.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Interfacial stability and degradation in organic photovoltaic solar cells

Greenbank, W., Nov 2016

Research output: Book/anthology/thesis/reportReportResearchpeer-review

Projects 2018 2020

Teaching & Supervision

ENPHYS 2019

William Greenbank & Serguei Chiriaev

04/09/201929/11/2019

Course: Teaching and supervisionTeaching