My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
1. Nano fabrication.
2. Fabrication of porous silicon with nano sized pores.
3. Thermal annealing of porous silicon to develop a quasi monocrystalline silicon structure for optoelectronic applications.
4. Modeling and simulation of the developed film.
1. Fabrication and detail characterizations of quasi monocrystalline silicon structure for optoelectronic applications.
2. Fabrication of porous silicon and its characterizations.
3. Development of porous silicon by electrochemical anodization technique.
4. Thermal annealing of porous silicon to develop a quasi monocrystalline structure.
5. Modeling and simulation of layer transferred thin silicon solar cell with quasi monocrystalline silicon as active layer.
1. M. Banerjee, S.K. Dutta, U. Gangopadhyay, D. Majumdar and H. Saha, “Modeling and simulation of layer transferred thin silicon solar cell with Quasi Monocrystalline porous silicon (QMPS) as active layer”, Solid State Electronics, 49 (2005)1282-1291.
2. M. Banerjee, S.K. Dutta and H. Saha, “Enhanced optical absorption in thin silicon layer with nano voids”, Nanotechnology,16(2005) 1542-1547.
3. M. Banerjee, S.K. Dutta and H. Saha, “Carrier Density in Thin Silicon Layer with nano voids”, Nanotechnolgy,17(2006) 163-169.
4. N. Mukherjee,P. Bhattacharyya, M. Banerjee, A. Mondal, Robert T T Gettens, P.K. Ghosh, H. Saha, “Galvanic deposition of Nanocrystalline ZnO thin films from a ZnO-Zn(OH)2 mixed phase precursor on p-Si substrate” Nanotechnology,17(2006) 2665-2669.
5. U. Gangopadhyay, K.H.Kim,S.K.Dhungel, U.Manna, P.K. Basu, M. Banerjee, H.Saha, J.Yi, “A novel low-cost texturization method for large-area commercial monocrystalline silicon solar cells”, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 90(2006)3557-3567.
6. M. Banerjee, E. Bontempi, A.K.Tyagi, S. Basu and H. Saha, “Surface Analysis of Thermally Annealed Porous Silicon”, Applied Surface Science 254 (2008) 1837-1841.
7. M. Banerjee, S. Basu , H. Saha, “Metal contact, resistivity and Hall measurement studies of a quasi monocrystalline porous silicon layer vis-à-vis porous silicon”, Semicoductor Science and Technology 23 (2008) 075014.
8. M. Banerjee, E. Bontempi, S. Bhattacharya, S. Maji, S. Basu, H. Saha, “Thermal annealing of porous silicon to develop a quasi monocrystalline structure”, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics (In Press).
1. M. Banerjee, D. Majumdar, S.K. Dutta, S.M. Hossain and H. Saha, Proc. of 12th International Workshop on Physics of semiconductor devices, IIT Chennai, India, Dec. 16-20, 2003) pp. 947-949.(Best Poster Award).
2. M. Banerjee, D. Majumder, S.K. Datta and H. Saha, Proc. of CODIS-2004, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, pp 342-345.
3. M. Banerjee, D. Majumdar, U. Gangopadhyay, S.K. Dutta and H. Saha, Tech. Digest (Vol.1) of 14th International Photovoltaic Science and Engineering conference (PVSEC-14), 26-30 January 2004 (Bangkok, Thailand) pp. 331-332.
4. M. Banerjee, D. Majumdar, S.K. Dutta, U. Gangopadhyay, J.Yi, H. Saha, accepted for poster presentation at 4th International Conference on “Porous Semiconductors Science and Technology” (PSST-04) 14-19th March 2004 (Valencia-Cullera, Spain).
5. M.Banerjee, U. Gangopadhyay, S.K. Dutta, D. Majumdar, H. Saha, accepted for oral presentation at the International Conference on Physics, Chemistry and Engineering of Solar Cells, (SCELL-04)13-15th May 2004 (Badajoz, Spain)
6. M.Banerjee, P. Mandal, S.K. Dutta, H. Saha, National Seminar on Renewable Energy Technologies: Innovations & Market Penetration, 8-9th October, 2004 (IACS, Kolkata) 15.
7. S.Chakraborty, L. Das, M. Banerjee, S. K. Dutta & H. Saha, International Symposium on Advanced Materials and Processing, 6th- 8th Dec., 2004,(IIT Kharagpur, India).
8. M. Banerjee, S.K.Dutta & H. Saha, National seminar on Nano-technology, 21st January,2005,(Jadavpur University, Kolkata).
9. U. Gangopadhyay, M. Banerjee, S.K.Dhungel, K.Kim, U.Manna, S.K. Dutta, H.Saha, J. Yi, 20th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, Barcelona, Spain,6-10th June, 2005, pp 390-393.
10. M. Banerjee, S.K.Dutta, U. Gangopadhyay & H. Saha, abstract accepted for oral presentation, PVSEC-15, 10th-15th October, 2005 (Shanghai, China).
11. M. Banerjee, S.K. Datta, H. Saha, International Conference on MEMS and Semiconductor Nanotechnology, 20-22 December, 2005 (IIT Kharagpur, India)(cd:\pdf\NANO\TN2\TN2_6).
12. M. Banerjee, S. K. Datta, E. Dempi, S. Bhattacharya, A. K. Tyagi & H. Saha, accepted for poster presentation, 15th International Conference on Crystal Growth, 12-17 August 2007 (Salt Lake City, Utah).
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IC Design & Fabrication Centre, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Jadavpur University (JU), Kolkata, India
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