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Revolutionary Silicon Valley optoelectronic/photovoltaic IP is now available for investment, license, and sale.

Patents and patent applications of Dr. Boris Gilman

  1. Composite photovoltaic cell with parabolic collector and different solar cells. US Patent No. 8878050 of 2014-11-04. Composite thin-film and Si-based solar module with self-concentrating capability for achieving extremely high efficiency at low fabrication cost. Unique, novel, and elegant solution for achieving 30% of conversion efficiency using silicon-based materials at low fabrication cost.
  2. Backside silicon photovoltaic cell and method of manufacturing thereof US Patent No. 8486747 of 2013-07-16 High-efficient backside silicon solar cell with all functional layers formed by electrical pulses and electrothermal means. Fabrication cost reduced by 80%, reliability and lifetime of respective solar modules and panels significantly enhanced.
  3. Method of manufacturing a silicon-based semiconductor device by essentially electrical means. US Patent No. 8105869 of 2012-01-31. High-efficiency solar cells fabricated without expensive semiconductor processes. Fabrication costs reduced by 80%.
  4. Method of manufacturing a monolithic thin-film photovoltaic device with enhanced output voltage. US Patent No. 8114702 of 2012-02-14. Integrated aSi-H tandem solar cell producing an output voltage up to 100V available in any size.
  5. Method of forming a flexible nanostructured material for photovoltaic panels. US Patent No. 8143149 of 2012-03-27. A novel, unique, and strictly controlled Flying Particle method for synthesizing highly efficient nano-films for flexible solar panels and energy storage devices.
  6. Apparatus for forming a flexible nanostructured material for photovoltaic panels. US Patent No. 8291853 of 2012-10-23. Production chamber for realizing the Flying Particle method.
  7. Integrated demultiplexer/photoreceiver for optical networks and method of controlling transparency of optical signal transmission layers. US Patent No. 7035517 of 2006-04-25. (Sold)

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