Associate Professor of Optics & Photonics, The Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC)
Winston V. Schoenfeld is currently Director of the Solar Technologies Research Division at FSEC and Associate Professor at CREOL, The College of Optics & Photonics at the University of Central Florida. He received his Ph.D. degree in materials science from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) in 2000, and holds an MS and BS in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Florida. Prior to joining CREOL, Dr. Schoenfeld served as Device Manager at Uniroyal Optoelectronics, working in the area of high brightness light emitting diodes (LEDs), and later in 2003 founded Medical Lighting Solutions, Inc., a supplier of specialty LED lighting solutions for the medical and biomedical industries. He has authored/co-authored more than 100 refereed journal publications in the areas of photovoltaics, the epitaxial growth and properties of oxide semiconductors, oxide and nitride-semiconductor light emitting diodes, self-assembled quantum dots, e-beam nano-lithography, quantum information/networks, comprehensive modeling of nanowire devices, and solid-state nuclear material detection. Dr. Schoenfeld currently serves as Chair of the Florida Chapter of AVS, Principal Editor for the Journal of Materials Research, and Chair of the Micro/Nano-Lithography MOEMS-MEMS conference at SPIE Photonics West.
Awards & Honors
International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) Fellow
Research Incentive Award
Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award
UCF TIP Award
Promotion and Tenure Approved
Elected as Chair of the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society
Elected to the Executive Committee of the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society
Presidential Major Research Equipment Award
F. Alema, B. Hertog, O. Ledyaev, D. Volovik, R. Miller, A. Osinsky, S. Bakhshi, and W.V. Schoenfeld
"High responsivity solar blind photodetector based on high Mg content MgZnO film grown via pulsed metal organic chemical vapor deposition"
Sensors And Actuators A-Physical, 249, pp.263-268
H. Ali, X. Yang, K.O. Davis, K. Weber, and W.V. Schoenfeld
"TEM studies of TiO2-based passivated contacts in c-Si solar cells"
Microscopy and Microanalysis, 22, pp.1600-1601
H.P. Seigneur, S. Ostapenko, I. Tarasov, C. Rodrigues, Y. Zaikin, K. Murrow, and W.V. Schoenfeld
"Inline diamond wire inspection based on resonant vibrations"
Photovoltaics International, 31
H. Seigneur, N. Mohajeri, R.P. Brooker, K.O. Davis, E.J. Schneller, N.G. Dhere, M.P. Rodgers, J. Wohlgernuth, N.S. Shiradkar, G. Scardera, A.C. Rudack, and W.V. Schoenfeld
"Manufacturing metrology for c-Si module reliability and durability Part I: Feedstock, crystallization and wafering"
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 59, pp.84-106
K.O. Davis, M.P. Rodgers, G. Scardera, R.P. Brooker, H. Seigneur, N. Mohajeri, N.G. Dhere, J. Wohlgemuth, E. Schneller, N. Shiradkar, A.C. Rudack, and W.V. Schoenfeld
"Manufacturing metrology for c-Si module reliability and durability Part II: Cell manufacturing"
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 59, pp.225-252
E.J. Schneller, R.P. Brooker, N.S. Shiradkar, M.P. Rodgers, N.G. Dhere, K.O. Davis, H.P. Seigneur, N. Mohajeri, J. Wohlgemuth, G. Scardera, A.C. Rudack, and W.V. Schoenfeld
"Manufacturing metrology for c-Si module reliability and durability Part III: Module manufacturing"
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 59, pp.992-1016
X. Yang, Q. Bi, H. Ali, K. Davis, W.V. Schoenfeld, and K. Weber
"High-performance TiO2-based electron-selective contacts for crystalline silicon solar cells"
Advanced Materials 28, pp.5891-5897
W.V. Schoenfeld, H. Zhou
"LED Backlight Apparatus and Method (DIV)
E. Schneller, H. Seigneur, K. Davis, and W.V. Schoenfeld
"Effect of diamond wire saw marks on solar cell performance"
Silicon PV 2016 - 6th International Conference on Silicon Photovoltaics, Chambery, France
F. Alema, B. Hertog, O. Ledyaev, R. Miller, A. Osinsky, and W.V. Schoenfeld
"Temperature and pulse duration effects on the growth of MgZnO via pulsed metal organic chemical vapor deposition"
Japanese Journal Of Applied Physics 55(3), 035501