Updated August 21, 2017
Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology,
University of Tokyo
E-mail:delamarre [at-mark] hotaka.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
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Amaury Delamarre completed his PhD thesis in 2013 at the Institute for Research and Development of Photovoltaic Energy (IRDEP), in Paris, France. He developed characterization methods of solar cells, taking advantage of the emitted luminescence. He particularly developed a Hyperspectral Imager, which is able to record the luminescence in absolute values, together with spatial and spectral resolutions. This tool was applied to various photovoltaic technologies: GaAs, Silicon, CIGS, and Hot Carrier Solar Cells. Since 2014, Amaury joined the team of Professor Sugiyama at the University of Tokyo, where he leads research on optimization and characterization of multi-quantum well solar cells, original cell architectures, as well as innovative CPV systems for hydrogen generation.