Researcher

Mr Moonyong Kim

My Expertise

Sustainability of PV technology

 

Silicon solar cells

Defects in silicon

Light-induced degradation in silicon solar cells

Keywords

Fields of Research (FoR)

Photodetectors, Optical Sensors and Solar Cells

Biography

Moonyong Kim is a postdoctoral fellow in the school of photovoltaics and renewable energy engineering. He received his honours degree in solar energy and photovoltaics from UNSW. He did his PhD in "Understanding the mechanisms of light-induced degradation in crystalline silicon". His major research interest is degradation and passivation of defects in crystalline silicon and perovskite/silicon solar cells.


My Grants

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Moonyong Kim is a postdoctoral fellow in the school of photovoltaics and renewable energy engineering. He received his honours degree in solar energy and photovoltaics from UNSW. He did his PhD in "Understanding the mechanisms of light-induced degradation in crystalline silicon". His major research interest is degradation and passivation of defects in crystalline silicon and perovskite/silicon solar cells.


My Grants

Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaic (ACAP) fellowship (2020 - 2022)


My Awards

Research-related

Best Oral Presentation Award at Global Photovoltaic Conference (GPVC), 2019

Best Oral Presentation Award at the Korean Solar Energy Society (KSES) Autumn Conference, 2019

Nominated for the finalist to the Best Student Award at the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC), 2019

Wal Read Memorial Prize at the Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference (APSRC), 2018

Other prizes

Postgraduate Council (PGC) research student award 2020

1st Prize Winner on UNSW Ideathon 2016

1st Prize Winner on Interchange Program 2015


My Research Activities

Understanding the mechanism of the degradation on silicon or perovskite solar cells


My Research Supervision


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Areas of supervision

Crystalline silicon solar cells

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