Vladan Mlinar

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Understanding how to engineer nanomaterials for targeted solar-cell applications is the key to improving their efficiency and could lead to breakthroughs in their design. Proposed mechanisms for the conversion of solar energy to electricity are those exploiting the particle nature of light in conventional photovoltaic cells, and those using the collective(More)
V. Mlinar,1 M. Bozkurt,2 J. M. Ulloa,2 M. Ediger,3 G. Bester,4 A. Badolato,5 P. M. Koenraad,2 R. J. Warburton,3 and A. Zunger1 1National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado 80401, USA 2Department of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology, P.O. Box 513, NL-5600MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands 3School of Engineering and Physical Sciences,(More)
We theoretically study the electronic and optical properties of nanostructured MoS2 systems focusing on the influence of reduced spatial dimensions and edge effects, which lead to the change in character from semiconducting to metallic. For nanowires, we identify edge types which lead to the creation of a bandgap, reflecting the effect of confinement: with(More)
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