Erik Johnson

Erik Johnson is a CNRS researcher at the LPICM, located at the Ecole Polytechnique. In addition to his passion for teaching the physics and engineering of solar cells, his research interests focus on novel plasma processing for semiconductor devices. He is the current holder of the ANR Industrial Research Chair "PISTOL", in collaboration with Total.

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Silicon Thin Film Solar Cells (Coursera)

This course consists of a general presentation of solar cells based on silicon thin films. It is the third MOOC of the photovoltaic series of Ecole polytechnique on Coursera. The general aspects of the photovoltaic field are treated in "Photovoltaic Solar Energy". And the detailed description of the crystalline [...]
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Outsmarting intermittency (Coursera)

Oct 4th 2021
Outsmarting intermittency (Coursera)
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Solar and wind offer clean and renewable ways to produce large amounts of electricity. They have boomed over the last few years, evolving from an eco-daydream to a major market and showing unprecedented growth rates. Yet, installing solar panels and wind turbines is by no means the end of [...]
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Physics of silicon solar cells (Coursera)

The first MOOC “Photovoltaic solar energy” is a general presentation of the solar photovoltaics technologies in the global energetic context, without extensive details. In particular the description of the solar cell operation is restricted to the ideal case. In contrast this second MOOC allows a deep understanding of the [...]
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Photovoltaic solar energy (Coursera)

The course is an introduction to the photovoltaic (PV) applications in the general mix energetic context dominated by climate warming mitigation. The various uses of solar energy are firstly presented before a short description of the principle of the direct solar photon conversion into electricity (PV). The various [...]
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