William R. Mateker
William R. Mateker
PhD, Stanford University alum
Verified email at alumni.stanford.edu
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Linear Side-Chains in Benzo [1, 2-b: 4, 5-b’] dithiophene–Thieno [3, 4-c] pyrrole-4, 6-dione Polymers Direct Self-Assembly & Solar Cell Performance
C Cabanetos, A El Labban, JA Bartelt, JD Douglas, WR Mateker, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2013
Efficient charge generation by relaxed charge-transfer states at organic interfaces
K Vandewal, S Albrecht, ET Hoke, KR Graham, J Widmer, JD Douglas, ...
Nature materials 13 (1), 63, 2014
The Importance of Fullerene Percolation in the Mixed Regions of Polymer–Fullerene Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
JA Bartelt, ZM Beiley, ET Hoke, WR Mateker, JD Douglas, BA Collins, ...
Advanced Energy Materials, 2012
Recombination in Polymer: Fullerene Solar Cells with Open‐Circuit Voltages Approaching and Exceeding 1.0 V
ET Hoke, K Vandewal, JA Bartelt, WR Mateker, JD Douglas, R Noriega, ...
Advanced Energy Materials, 2012
The Mechanism of Burn‐in Loss in a High Efficiency Polymer Solar Cell
CH Peters, IT Sachs‐Quintana, WR Mateker, T Heumueller, J Rivnay, ...
Advanced Materials 24 (5), 663-668, 2012
Controlling Solution‐Phase Polymer Aggregation with Molecular Weight and Solvent Additives to Optimize Polymer‐Fullerene Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
JA Bartelt, JD Douglas, WR Mateker, AE Labban, CJ Tassone, MF Toney, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 4 (9), 1301733, 2014
Progress in understanding degradation mechanisms and improving stability in organic photovoltaics
WR Mateker, MD McGehee
Advanced Materials 29 (10), 1603940, 2017
Morphological and electrical control of fullerene dimerization determines organic photovoltaic stability
T Heumueller, WR Mateker, A Distler, UF Fritze, R Cheacharoen, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 9 (1), 247-256, 2016
The Role of Electron Affinity in Determining Whether Fullerenes Catalyze or Inhibit Photooxidation of Polymers for Solar Cells
ET Hoke, IT Sachs‐Quintana, MT Lloyd, I Kauvar, WR Mateker, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 2 (11), 1351-1357, 2012
Reducing burn-in voltage loss in polymer solar cells by increasing the polymer crystallinity
T Heumueller, WR Mateker, IT Sachs-Quintana, K Vandewal, JA Bartelt, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 7 (9), 2974-2980, 2014
Disorder‐Induced Open‐Circuit Voltage Losses in Organic Solar Cells During Photoinduced Burn‐In
T Heumueller, TM Burke, WR Mateker, IT Sachs‐Quintana, K Vandewal, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 5 (14), 1500111, 2015
Improving the long-term stability of PBDTTPD polymer solar cells through material purification aimed at removing organic impurities
WR Mateker, JD Douglas, C Cabanetos, IT Sachs-Quintana, JA Bartelt, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 6 (8), 2529-2537, 2013
Electron Barrier Formation at the Organic‐Back Contact Interface is the First Step in Thermal Degradation of Polymer Solar Cells
IT Sachs‐Quintana, T Heumüller, WR Mateker, DE Orozco, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 24 (25), 3978-3985, 2014
Minimal long-term intrinsic degradation observed in a polymer solar cell illuminated in an oxygen-free environment
WR Mateker, IT Sachs-Quintana, GF Burkhard, R Cheacharoen, ...
Chemistry of Materials 27 (2), 404-407, 2015
Molecular Packing and Arrangement Govern the Photo-Oxidative Stability of Organic Photovoltaic Materials
WR Mateker, T Heumueller, R Cheacharoen, IT Sachs-Quintana, ...
Chemistry of Materials, 2015
Assessing the stability of high performance solution processed small molecule solar cells
R Cheacharoen, WR Mateker, Q Zhang, B Kan, D Sarkisian, X Liu, ...
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 161, 368-376, 2017
Effect of temperature on structure and water transport of hydrated sulfonated poly (Ether Ether Ketone): a molecular dynamics simulation approach
GF Brunello, WR Mateker, SG Lee, JI Choi, SS Jang
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 3 (4), 043111, 2011
Understanding Degradation Mechanisms and Improving Long-term Performance of Organic Solar Cells
WR Mateker
Stanford University, 2016
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