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Sijin WANG

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Employment experience:

2022 – Now: Research Assistant (UNSW)


2023 – Now: Doctor of Philosophy in Photovoltaic Engineering (UNSW)

2018 – 2023: Bachelor of Photovoltaic Engineering and Physics (UNSW)

Research interests:

  • Machine learning applications on photovoltaic characterisation

  • Defects in silicon

Why is your research important? 

Defects limit the performance of solar cells. My research uses machine learning to characterise defects in silicon based on lifetime measurements. Doing this can help make silicon photovoltaic devices more efficient and cheaper.

What do you like about research?

Solving problems that have not been solved by anyone before makes me feel excited. Also, knowing that my research will help fight against climate change makes me more passionate about my research area.

What do you like to do when you are not saving the world?

I like boxing, playing the guitar, hiking, and going to karaoke.

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