(2020, February 18) International day of women and girls in science, UNESCO, Retrieved from https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/womenandgirlinscienceday
Uno de los problemas a los cuales nos enfrentamos los jóvenes investigadores es al rechazo de los manuscritos que realizamos durante nuestra formación profesional. En gran parte debido a la falta de experiencia sobre publicación, y por otra parte debido al dominio del idioma inglés. De acuerdo a los participantes del taller “How to publish … Read more ¿Cómo publicar en revistas de alto impacto ? Meeting review
 (2020, February 18) International day of women and girls in science, UNESCO, Retrieved from https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/womenandgirlinscienceday
February 11th has been designated as the international day of women and girls in science to promote their participation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) activities . For the first time in 2020, the Physics Institute of BUAP (IFUAP) opens its doors to young girls to talk about science and technology. Here, at the BUAP … Read more Outreach day for young girls – Development of Solar cells
For a scientist, reading is a must responsibility in the modern world of information, this task allows us to update the state of the art of the current research. For example, the objective of my work is to reproduce and improve antimony sulfo-selenide thin-film solar cells. Therefore, the first thing I did before experimental research It was to read the updated literature. As I am in touch with the author of the paper of interest I asked him about it’s last published paper where their group develops Sb-S-Se photovoltaic mini-module prototypes.
P.K. Nair*, J.D.G. Sánchez, L.G. Martínez, P.Y.G. Ayala, A.K.M. Peñaloza, A.B. León, Y.C. García, J. Campos Álvarez, M.T.S. Nair, Chemically Deposited Antimony Sulfide Selenide Thin Film Photovoltaic Prototype Modules, ECS J. Solid State Sci. Technol. 8 (2019) Q89–Q95. doi:10.1149/2.0101906jss.
To fully understand, I almost read a scientific paper three times:
Read more, to discover the structure or template for paper review, here you are going to write just the notes and highlighted parts. This is my way to learn fast. If you have an alternate strategy please feel free to share it in the comments section.
Special thanks for Dra Hailin Zao Hu at IER-UNAM who let me collaborate and learn from their group the methodology for TiO2 compact layer deposition. All the training was possible with the assistance of Ph.D. student Fabian and undergraduate Ing. Gabriela Abrego from UTEZ.
|Preparing TCO with magic tape for HRT layer deposition|
|Spin coater and micropipette are the essential tools for TiO2 deposition|
First heating of the compact layer over a hot plate : low temperature
Second and final heating – Sintering TiO2 on a muffle furnace : high temperature
Compact TiO2 layer deposited over a TCO for thin-film chalcogenide or Perovskite solar cells.