Dr Chog Barugkin

Chog Barugkin
Research Fellow
+61 2 612 50080

Dr Chog Barugkin is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Sustainable Energy Systems at Australian National University. He has a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) degree from Beijing Normal University and an engineering PhD degree from Australian National University. 

His research interests include silicon solar cells, hybrid perovskite solar cells, photo/electroluminescence and nanophotonics for light management. 


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Rougieux, F.E., Grant, N.E., Barugkin, C., MacDonald, D., Murphy, J.D.
Influence of annealing and bulk hydrogenation on lifetime-limiting defects in nitrogen-doped floating zone silicon (2015) IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics, 5 (2), art. no. 6994248, pp. 495-498.

Barugkin, C., Allen, T., Chong, T.K., White, T.P., Weber, K.J., Catchpole, K.R.
Light trapping efficiency comparison of Si solar cell textures using spectral photoluminescence
(2015) Optics Express, 23 (7), pp. A391-A400.

Barugkin, C., Cong, J., Duong, T., Rahman, S., Nguyen, H.T., Macdonald, D., White, T.P., Catchpole, K.R.
Ultralow absorption coefficient and temperature dependence of radiative recombination of CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite from photoluminescence
(2015) Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 6 (5), pp. 767-772.

Zin, N., Blakers, A., Franklin, E., Fong, K., Kho, T., Barugkin, C., Wang, E.
Etch-back simplifies interdigitated back contact solar cells
(2014) 2014 IEEE 40th Photovoltaic Specialist Conference, PVSC 2014, art. no. 6925578, pp. 3046-3050.

Barugkin, C., Wan, Y., Macdonald, D., Catchpole, K.R.
Evaluating plasmonic light trapping with photoluminescence
(2013) IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics, 3 (4), art. no. 6575129, pp. 1292-1297.

Barugkin, C., Zin, N.-S., Catchpole, K.R.
Photoluminescence enhancement towards high efficiency plasmonic solar cells
(2013) Conference Record of the IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, art. no. 6744091, pp. 25-28.

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