AVS 54th International Symposium
    Renewable Energy Science & Technology Topical Conference Thursday Sessions

Session EN+SS+TF-ThM
Surface Science Challenges for Solar Energy Conversion

Thursday, October 18, 2007, 8:00 am, Room 602/603
Moderator: M.A. Henderson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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8:00am EN+SS+TF-ThM1
Thermal and Photoreactions of Catechol on TiO2
P. Jacobson, Tulane University, X.-Q. Gong, M. Connors, A. Selloni, Princeton University, U. Diebold, Tulane University
8:20am EN+SS+TF-ThM2
N Incorporation and Electronic Structure in High-Quality Epitaxial N-doped TiO2 Anatase Grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy
S.H. Cheung, P. Nachimuthu, M.H. Engelhard, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, M.K. Bowman, The University of Alabama, S.A. Chambers, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
8:40am EN+SS+TF-ThM3
Lattice Site Location for N in Homoepitaxial N-doped TiO2 (110)
V. Shutthanandan, S.H. Cheung, S. Thevuthasan, P. Nachimuthu, S.A. Chambers, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
9:00am EN+SS+TF-ThM4
Photochemically Activated Tethering of Molecular Monolayers to Anatase and Rutile TiO2 Surfaces
H.J. Kim, E.C. Landis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, S.H. Cheung, S.A. Chambers, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, T.F. Kuech, R.J. Hamers, University of Wisconsin-Madison
9:20am EN+SS+TF-ThM5 Invited Paper
Progress and Challenges in Solar Energy Conversion Using Semiconductor/Liquid Junctions
N.S. Lewis, California Institute of Technology
10:00am EN+SS+TF-ThM7
An Organic Donor/Acceptor Lateral Superlattice at the Nanoscale: Towards an Optimum Morphology for Photovoltaic Devices
R. Otero, D. Ecija, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain, G. Fernandez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, J.M. Gallego, ICMM-CSIC, Spain, L. Sanchez, N. Martin, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, R. Miranda, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
10:20am EN+SS+TF-ThM8
Solar Water Splitting for Renewable Hydrogen Production: The Role of N and Surface Modification in the Improved Stability of III-V Nitride Photoelectrodes
T. Schiros, J. Leisch, L.-Å Näslund, H. Ogasawara, Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory, T. Deutsch, J. Geisz, S. Kurtz, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, R. Kirby, A. Nilsson, Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory
10:40am EN+SS+TF-ThM9
Surface Nanostructure and Nanochemistry of CuInSe2 by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
M. Mayer, L. Ruppalt, J. Lyding, A. Rockett, University of Illinois