I am a researcher and an academic in solar photovoltaics at the Australian National University (ANU), Canberra. I have been working in solar energy research since 2018. My main research interests are in applications of advanced characterization techniques, and the fabrication of solar cells based on novel passivating contact technology for silicon photovoltaics, 2D materials and perovskite solar cells.
A short bio about myself:
Thien Truong is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. He received his Degree of Engineer in Machinery Manufacturing Technology from Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education, Vietnam in 2015 and his Master of Science degree in Intelligent Micro Nano Systems from Konkuk University, South Korea in 2018. He submitted his PhD thesis for examination in June 2021. He is currently working on 2 ARENA projects: Advanced Silicon solar cells by DESIJN: a novel technology based on deposited silicon junctions, lead by Prof Daniel Macdonald and Physical vapour deposited passivating contacts for high efficiency silicon solar cells, lead by Dr Josua Stuckelberger.
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Australian National University, Australia
PhD in Engineering
Konkuk University, South Korea
Master of Science in Intelligent Micro Nano Systems
Degree of Engineer in Machinery Manufacturing Technology
Degree of Engineer in Machinery Manufacturing Technology, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education, Vietnam, 2015.
Master of Science in Intelligent Micro Nano Systems, Konkuk University, South Korea, 2018.
PhD in Engineering (Photovoltaics), The Australian National University, Australia, 2021.
Solar cells fabrication
Robot design and fabrication