Her research on Physical chemistry often connects related areas such as Electrode and Cladding (metalworking). Electrode is closely attributed to Physical chemistry in her work. Her study on Cladding (metalworking) is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Composite material. Her work on Composite material is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Tandem. Karen Forberich performs integrative study on Optoelectronics and Solar cell in her works. Her work often combines Solar cell and Heterojunction studies. Her work on Optoelectronics expands to the thematically related Heterojunction. Karen Forberich connects Nanotechnology with Engineering physics in her study. She performs integrative study on Engineering physics and Nanotechnology in her works.
Karen Forberich regularly ties together related areas like Dielectric in her Optoelectronics studies. Her Nanotechnology study often links to related topics such as Thin film. Her study brings together the fields of Nanotechnology and Thin film. Her research brings together the fields of Tandem and Composite material. Her Tandem study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Composite material. By researching both Electrical engineering and Engineering physics, Karen Forberich produces research that crosses academic boundaries. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Engineering physics and Electrical engineering. Karen Forberich connects Photovoltaic system with Photovoltaics in her research. Karen Forberich integrates Photovoltaics with Organic solar cell in her research.
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Influence of the bridging atom on the performance of a low-bandgap bulk heterojunction solar cell.
Markus C. Scharber;Markus Koppe;Jia Gao;Fabrizio Cordella.
Advanced Materials (2010)
Solar Power Wires Based on Organic Photovoltaic Materials
Michael R. Lee;Robert D. Eckert;Karen Forberich;Gilles Dennler.
High-performance semitransparent perovskite solar cells with solution-processed silver nanowires as top electrodes
Fei Guo;Hamed Azimi;Yi Hou;Thomas Przybilla.
Interface Engineering of Perovskite Hybrid Solar Cells with Solution-Processed Perylene–Diimide Heterojunctions toward High Performance
Jie Min;Zhi-Guo Zhang;Yi Hou;Cesar Omar Ramirez Quiroz.
Chemistry of Materials (2015)
Angle dependence of external and internal quantum efficiencies in bulk-heterojunction organic solar cells
Gilles Dennler;Karen Forberich;Markus C. Scharber;Christoph J. Brabec.
Journal of Applied Physics (2007)
Nanomorphology and Charge Generation in Bulk Heterojunctions Based on Low‐Bandgap Dithiophene Polymers with Different Bridging Atoms
Mauro Morana;Hamed Azimi;Gilles Dennler;Hans-Joachim Egelhaaf.
Advanced Functional Materials (2010)
Fabrication, Optical Modeling, and Color Characterization of Semitransparent Bulk-Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells in an Inverted Structure
Tayebeh Ameri;Gilles Dennler;Christoph Waldauf;Hamed Azimi.
Advanced Functional Materials (2010)
ITO-Free and Fully Solution-Processed Semitransparent Organic Solar Cells with High Fill Factors
Fei Guo;Xiangdong Zhu;Karen Forberich;Johannes Krantz.
Advanced Energy Materials (2013)
Overcoming the Interface Losses in Planar Heterojunction Perovskite-Based Solar Cells.
Yi Hou;Wei Chen;Derya Baran;Tobias Stubhan.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Performance improvement of organic solar cells with moth eye anti-reflection coating
Karen Forberich;Gilles Dennler;Markus C. Scharber;Kurt Hingerl.
Thin Solid Films (2008)
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