Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame

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Mark Wistey

Office:  266 Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering

Phone:  574-631-1639

Email:  mwistey@nd.edu

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Current Position
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering

Education
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
B.S., Electrical Engineering (major) and Physics (minor), Montana State University-Bozeman

Research Interests
My group develops high efficiency photovoltaics for solar energy. We have three main thrusts: 1.) upconversion of wasted infrared light to high-energy electrons, 2.) new combinations of epitaxial semiconductors to provide increased efficiency in conversion of the full solar spectrum to electrical energy, and 3.) lower cost growth of high efficiency solar cells on silicon wafers. We also work to create CMOS-compatible lasers for low energy, high bandwidth optical interconnects in multicore processors and exabyte data centers and on steep subthreshold FETs for low energy consumption.

Key Words
Photovoltaics, Solar Cells, Optical Interconnects, Silicon Photonics, Lasers, Heteroepitaxy, Hybrid Integration, LEDs

Relevant Energy Publications

  1. Mark A. Wistey, Victor Patel, Joseph L. Loof, William A. O’Brien, Meng Qi, Anthony J. Erdman, Chad A. Stephenson, “Analysis and Design of Core-Shell Upconverting Nanostructures (CSUNs),” 40th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC), paper #921, June 8-13 (2014).
  2. D. B. Jackrel, S. R. Bank, H. B. Yuen, M. A. Wistey, J. S. Harris, “Dilute nitride GaInNAs and GaInNAsSb solar cells by molecular beam epitaxy,” J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 101, No. 11, p. 114916, 1 Jun 2007.
  3. Chad A. Stephenson, William A. O’Brien, Meng Qi, Michael Penninger, William Schneider, Mark A. Wistey, “Band Anticrossing in Dilute Germanium Carbides Using Hybrid Functionals,” submitted to Appl. Phys. Lett., http://arxiv.org/abs/1410.8383.