ASU Directory Profile
Research expertise: Ultra-high efficiency solar cells, silicon solar cells
Christiana Honsberg joined the electrical engineering faculty in 2008 and is currently a professor. She received her BS, MS and PhD from University of Delaware in 1986, 1989, and 1992, respectively, all in electrical engineering. Before joining the ASU faculty, Honsberg was an associate professor and director for the high performance solar power program at the University of Delaware. She currently holds one patent in the U.S., Japan, and Europe; three patents are pending.
Ph.D., electrical engineering, University of Delaware, 1992
M.S., electrical engineering, University of Delaware, 1989
B.S., electrical engineering, University of Delaware, 1986
Y. Kim; K.Y. Ban; Darius Kuciauskas; P. Dippo; C. B. Honsberg, “Impact of delta-doping position on photoluminescence in type-II InAs/GaAsSb quantum dots,” Semiconductor Science and Technology. 2015;30(3)
J. Y. Choi; S. Das; N. D. Theodore; I. Kim; C. Honsberg; H. W. Choi; T.L. Alford, “Advances in 2D/3D printing of functional nanomaterials and their applications,” ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology. 2015;4(4):P3001-P3009.
J. Y. Choi; T.L. Alford; C. B. Honsberg, “Fabrication of periodic silicon nanopillars in a two-dimensional hexagonal array with enhanced control on structural dimension and period,” Langmuir. 2015;31(13):4018-4023.
S. P. Bremner, M. Y, Levy, and C. B. Honsberg, “Limiting efficient of an intermediate band solar Cell Under a Terrestrial Spectrum,” Applied Physics Lett., February 2008.
S. P. Bremner, G. M. Liu, N. Faleev, K. Gosh, and C. B. Honsberg, “Growth and characterization of GaAs1−xSbx barrier layers for advanced concept solar cells,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, 2008.
C. B. Honsberg, and M. Y. Levy, “Nanostructured absorbers for multiple transition solar cells,” IEEE Transaction on Electron Devices, vol. 56, no. 3, 706-711, 2008.
S. P. Bremner, M. Y, Levy, and C. B. Honsberg, “Analysis of tandem solar cell efficiencies under AM 1.5G spectrum using a rapid flux calculation method,” Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Application, available online, February 2008.