Hsin-Chu Chen

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Enhanced photoelectric conversion is demonstrated in a crystalline silicon (c-Si) solar cell with frustum nanorod arrays (FNAs). The omnidirectional antireflection of FNAs is also investigated using an angle-resolved reflectance spectroscopy and simulated by RCWA method.
Embedded System develops rapidly, functions turn into more complicate, and multi-media applications are growing daily and they consume more electrical power. Therefore, how to improve stand-by time will become a very important issue. Related researches indicate that the power consumption of processor cache is accounted for a big proportion. Way-prediction(More)
High efficiency white light-emitting diodes with superior color-mixing have been investigated. It is suggested that the patterned remote phosphor structure could improve the uniformity of angular-dependent correlated color temperature (CCT) and achieve high chromatic stability in wider operating current range, as compared to the conventional remote phosphor(More)
The enhanced efficiency of the crystalline silicon (c-Si) solar cell with nanopillar arrays (NPAs) was demonstrated by deployment of CdS quantum dots (QDs). The NPAs was fabricated by the colloidal lithography and reactive-ion etching techniques. Under a simulated one-sun condition, the device with CdS QDs shows a 33% improvement of power conversion(More)
This paper presents a hybrid design, featuring a traditional GaAs-based solar cell combined with various colloidal quantum dots. This hybrid design effectively boosts photon harvesting at long wavelengths while enhancing the collection of photogenerated carriers in the ultraviolet region. The merits of using highly efficient semiconductor solar cells and(More)
We demonstrate a hybrid design of traditional GaAs-based solar cell combined with colloidal CdS quantum dots. With anti-reflective feature at long wavelength and down-conversion at UV regime, the CdS quantum dot effectively enhance the overall power conversion efficiency by as high as 18.9% compared to traditional GaAs-based device. A more detailed study(More)
This study experimentally and numerically examines the correlated color temperature (CCT) stability issue for hybrid warm white high-voltage light-emitting diodes (HV-LEDs) by using a current compensation method. This method could efficiently maintain the CCT stability factor at approximately 1.0 and yield greater color uniformity with Δu'v' values ranging(More)
To enhance the uniformity of correlated color temperature (CCT) and luminous flux, we integrated ZrO2 nanoparticles into white light-emitting diodes. This novel packaging scheme led to a more than 12% increase in luminous flux as compared to that in conventional dispensing structures. This was attributed to the scattering effect of ZrO2 nanoparticles, which(More)
The high luminous efficiency and superior uniformity of angular-dependent correlated color temperature (CCT) white light-emitting diodes have been investigated by ZrO₂ nano-particles in a remote phosphor structure. By adding ZrO₂ nano-particles with silicone onto the surface of the phosphor layer, the capability of light scattering could be enhanced. In(More)