Er-Chien Wang

Research Fellow

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Engineering Building (32), E221




Silicon photovoltaics, optical engineering, photonics, semiconductor processing, cleanroom experience, wet chemistry experience, project management, team management.


Dr Wang’s research at ANU focuses on high efficiency poly-Si contact silicon solar cell design and fabrication, and poly-Si contact solar cell rear surface optical structure behaviour and performance study. Dr Wang’s work has been used to assist international industry partners to improve their solar cell efficiency through the creation of electrical and optical models.


Dr Wang has been a Research Fellow at ANU since 2020. Before this, he held a Postdoc position at Helmholtz-Zentrum in Berlin over 2018-19, a Research Fellow position at the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore over 2017-18, and a Postdoctoral Fellow position at ANU from 2013-17. Dr Wang completed his PhD at ANU in 2013, with a thesis titled Nanoimprint Lithography For Light Trapping Applications In Solar Cells, and completed his BEng in 2008 at the University of Canterbury.

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