Contract type: Internship
Starting date: January 2021
Duration: 6 months
Working Place: GeePs, Gif-sur-Yvette (Paris area)
Education: Master 2 ; Engineer
Salary: Salary grid
Become an actor of the Energy Transition by joining a team driven by innovation and impact to address today’s most decisive challenges.
IPVF – Institut Photovoltaïque d’Île-de-France, is a global Research, Innovation and Education center, which mission is to accelerate energy transition through science & technology.
Gathering industrial PV leaders (EDF, Total, Air Liquide, Horiba and Riber) and world-renowned academic research teams (CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique), multi-disciplinary and international IPVF teams conduct research for clean energy technologies.
Supported by the French State, IPVF is labelled Institute for Energy Transition (ITE).
IPVF at a glance:
This internship holds in the luminescence project, in program 4: Characterization, Reliability and modeling. The GeePs lab is an IPVF partner specialized in electrical and optoelectronical characterization of solar cells. As part of our experimental setups, with a platform based on a confocal microscope, we can locally perform multiple characterization techniques at a sub micrometric scale to characterize photovoltaic (PV) absorbers. Among this techniques we can perform optical characterization techniques (µ-Raman, µ-Photoluminescence) and near field microscopy (Atomic Force Microscopy). Recently we decided to develop the two-photon microscopy technique on this platform in both continuous and time resolved domains. This innovative characterization technique is now in development and will open a new dimension in our characterizations: luminescence depth profiling on PV multi junctions.
IPVF Research Program involving this internship position: https://ipvf.fr/jean-paul-kleider-philip-schulz-and-daniel-ory-introducing-programme-4-characterization-modeling-reliability/
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