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Keisuke Ohdaira Associate Professor
School of Materials Science、Energy and Environment Area


B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. from The University of Tokyo.(1998, 2000, 2004)


Solar cell, Semiconductor

■Research Keywords

Solar cells, Poly-Si, Catalytic chemical vapor deposition

■Research Interests

Formation of high-quality poly-Si films by flash lamp annealing and their application to high-efficiency solar cells
We investigate on formation of high-quality poly-Si on glass substrates by flash lamp annealing, with millisecond duration, of Cat-CVD a-Si films and fabrication of solar cells using the poly-Si films.

Application of Cat-CVD to the fabrication process of c-Si solar cells
Cat-CVD (catalytic chemical vapor deposition), in which gas molecules are decomposed on heated catalyzing wire by catarytic reaction, can deposit high-quality passivation films to reduce the recombination of photo-generated carriers on crystalline Si surface. We develop high-quality Cat-CVD passivation films for crystalline Si solar cells. We also investigate a novel doping method using a Cat-CVD system.
Potential-induced degradation for n-type crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules
The performance degradation of photovoltaic modules originating from a large voltage between an Al frame and cells (potential-induced degradation: PID) has been a significant problem in large-scale PV power plants. We investigate the mechanism of PID and its suppression particularly for n-type c-Si PV modules, which have higher performances than p-type ones and are thus expected to be widely utilized in the future.



  • Subsecond Annealing of Advanced Materials, Chapter 10, Formation of High-Quality オm-Order-Thick Poly-Si Films on Glass-Substrates by Flash Lamp Annealing,Keisuke Ohdaira,Springer,2014,pp. 173-188
  • Crystal Growth of Si for Solar Cells, Chapter 11, "Thin Film Poly-Si Formed by Flash Lamp Annealing",Keisuke Ohdaira,Springer,2009,pp. 177-191
  • Chemical Science of π-Electron Systems, Chapter 34, Efficient Organic Devices Based on π-Electron Systems: Comparative Study of Fullerene Derivatives Blended with a High Efficiency Naphthobisthiadiazole-Based Polymer for Organic Photovoltaic Applications,Varun Vohra, Koichi Higashimine, Keisuke Ohdaira, Shogo Tsuzaki, Hideyuki Murata,Springer,2015,pp.575-588

◇Published Papers

  • Passivation of textured crystalline silicon surfaces by Cat-CVD silicon nitride films and catalytic phosphorus doping,K. Ohdaira, Trinh Thi Cham, and H. Matsumura,Jpn. J. Appl. Phys.,56,102301-1-4,2017
  • Catalytic phosphorus and boron doping to amorphous silicon films,K. Ohdaira, J. Seto, and H. Matsumura,Jpn. J. Appl. Phys.,56,08MB06-1-5,2017
  • Potential-induced degradation of a Si nitride/crystalline Si interface observed through minority carrier lifetime measurement,N. Nishikawa, S. Yamaguchi, and K. Ohdaira,Proc. 44th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference,2017

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◇Lectures and Presentations

  • Research on Si photovoltaics in JAIST,K. Ohdaira,Japan-Taiwan joint workshop on materials science,JAIST,2017年1月19-20日
  • Application of Cat-CVD technology to crystalline silicon solar cells,K. Ohdaira, Trinh Thi Cham, T. Oikawa, J. Seto, K. Koyama, and H. Matsumura,SCEJ 82nd Annual Meeting,Shibaura Institute of Technology,March 6-8, 2017
  • Potential-induced degradation of a Si nitride/crystalline Si interface observed through minority carrier lifetime measurement,N. Nishikawa, S. Yamaguchi, K. Ohdaira,44th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference,Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington D.C., U.S.,2017年6月25-30日

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■Extramural Activities

◇Academic Society Affiliations

  • EM-NANO 2017,Organizing Committee,2016-
  • SAYURI-PV,Program Committee,2016-
  • International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials (SSDM),Chair (Area 15),2016-2017

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◇Other Activities

  • The 2nd China-Japan-Korea Young Researchers Workshop,Japanese delegate, presentation entitled "Photovoltaic Technology in JAIST, Japan, and East Asia" in the "Prospects for the development of new energy" section.,2012/04/28 -