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Design and realization of light absorbers using plasmonic nanoparticles
The applications of light absorbers concern photodetectors, optical filters, solar applications or flexible electronics. In this review, we will detail the application of such light absorbers and weExpand
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Evaluation of indoor photovoltaic power production under directional and diffuse lighting conditions
Abstract This work proposes a detailed method to estimate the amount of power produced by photovoltaic energy harvesting in realistic indoor conditions, not only featuring artificial light sourcesExpand
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Simulations, measurements, and optimization of OLEDs with scattering layer
A multi-scale optical model for organic light-emitting devices containing scattering layers is presented. This model describes the radiation of embedded oscillating dipoles and scattering fromExpand
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Harvesting light energy with optical rectennas
This work presents investigations about the realisation and modelisation of rectenna solar cells. Rectennas are antennas coupled with a rectifier to convert the alternative current originating fromExpand
Achieve rectification of current by ferrocenyl triazole derivates
Rectenna solar cells are electronic devices which were described for the first time in the 70s and these devices allow transforming light into electricity, thanks to the association of a nano-antennaExpand
Plasmonic Nanocomposites Based on Silver Nanocube-Polymer Blends Displaying Nearly Perfect Absorption in the UV Region.
Plasmonic nanocomposites based on well-dispersed silver nanocubes in poly(vinylpyrrolidone) are presented that are solution-processed into layers of varying volume fractions of nanocubes. We showExpand
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New interesting way to rectify current thanks to Ferrocenyl Triazole derivatives
New interesting way to rectify current thanks to Ferrocenyl Triazole derivatives D. Brunel, C. Reynaud, V.Jangid, C.Lebouin, JJ.Simon, R-M.Sauvage, D. Duché, L. Escoubas, D. Gigmes, F. Dumur AixExpand
Molecular spacers in nanocube patch antennas: a platform for embedded molecular electronics
Nanocubes-based patch antennas have been proven to be an interesting alternative to build nanocavities on larger areas and at lower cost than with classical clean room techniques. These nanocavitiesExpand
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