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Nemanja Vockic

age ~40

from Austin, TX

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  • Austin, TX
  • Campbell, CA
  • San Jose, CA

Work

  • Company:
    Omnipv, inc
    Jun 2008
  • Position:
    Co-founder, process engineer

Education

  • School / High School:
    Banja Luka University
    Oct 2000
  • Specialities:
    BS in Physics

Skills

Physical Vapor Deposition • Materials research • Statistical Process Control (SPC) • Semiconductor modelling and development

Industries

Renewables & Environment

Resumes

  • Nemanja Vockic Photo 1

    Process Engineer At Omnipv, Inc.

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  • Position:
    Process Engineer at OmniPV, Inc.
  • Location:
    San Jose, California
  • Industry:
    Renewables & Environment
  • Work:
    OmniPV, Inc. since Jun 2008
    Process Engineer
  • Education:
    University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina 2000 - 2005
    BS, Physics
  • Nemanja Vockic Photo 2

    Nemanja Vockic San Jose, CA

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  • Work:
    OmniPV, Inc

    Jun 2008 to Present
    Co-founder, Process Engineer
    UltraDots, Inc
    Fremont, CA
    May 2006 to May 2008
    Materials Characterization Engineer
  • Education:
    Banja Luka University
    Oct 2000 to Jul 2005
    BS in Physics
  • Skills:
    Physical Vapor Deposition, Materials research, Statistical Process Control (SPC), Semiconductor modelling and development

Us Patents

  • Luminescent Materials That Emit Light In The Visible Range Or The Near Infrared Range

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  • US Patent:
    20080014463, Jan 17, 2008
  • Filed:
    Mar 21, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/689381
  • Inventors:
    John Varadarajan - Fremont CA,
    Mirna Resan - San Jose CA,
    Fanxin Wu - Santa Clara CA,
    William Pfenninger - Fremont CA,
    Nemanja Vockic - San Jose CA,
    John Kenney - Palo Alto CA,
  • International Classification:
    B05D 5/12
    B32B 9/00
  • US Classification:
    428690000, 427064000
  • Abstract:
    Luminescent materials and the use of such materials in anti-counterfeiting, inventory, photovoltaic, and other applications are described herein. In one embodiment, a luminescent material has the formula: [ABXX′X″][dopants], wherein A is selected from at least one of elements of Group IA; B is selected from at least one of elements of Group VA, elements of Group IB, elements of Group IIB, elements of Group IIIB, elements of Group IVB, and elements of Group VB; X, X′, and X″ are independently selected from at least one of elements of Group VIIB; the dopants include electron acceptors and electron donors; a is in the range of 1 to 9; b is in the range of 1 to 5; and x, x′, and x″ have a sum in the range of 1 to 9. The luminescent material exhibits photoluminescence having: (a) a quantum efficiency of at least 20 percent; (b) a spectral width no greater than 100 nm at Full Width at Half Maximum; and (c) a peak emission wavelength in the near infrared range.
  • Solar Modules With Enhanced Efficiencies Via Use Of Spectral Concentrators

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  • US Patent:
    20090056791, Mar 5, 2009
  • Filed:
    Jun 23, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/144548
  • Inventors:
    William Matthew PFENNINGER - Fremont CA,
    John Midgley - San Carlos CA,
    Nemanja Vockic - San Jose CA,
    John Kenney - Palo Alto CA,
    Jian Jim Wang - Orefield PA,
  • International Classification:
    H01L 31/042
  • US Classification:
    136247
  • Abstract:
    Described herein are solar modules including spectral concentrators. In one embodiment, a solar module includes a set of photovoltaic cells and a spectral concentrator optically coupled to the set of photovoltaic cells. The spectral concentrator is configured to: (1) collect incident solar radiation; (2) convert the incident solar radiation into substantially monochromatic, emitted radiation; and (3) convey the substantially monochromatic, emitted radiation to the set of photovoltaic cells.
  • Solar Modules With Enhanced Efficiencies Via Use Of Spectral Concentrators

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  • US Patent:
    20090095341, Apr 16, 2009
  • Filed:
    Oct 9, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/248747
  • Inventors:
    William Matthew Pfenninger - Fremont CA,
    John Midgley - San Carlos CA,
    Nemanja Vockic - San Jose CA,
    John Kenney - Palo Alto CA,
  • Assignee:
    ULTRADOTS, INC. - Menlo Park CA
  • International Classification:
    H01L 31/048
    H01L 31/052
  • US Classification:
    136246, 136251
  • Abstract:
    Described herein are solar modules including spectral concentrators. In one embodiment, a solar module includes an active layer including a set of photovoltaic cells. The solar module also includes a spectral concentrator optically coupled to the active layer and including a luminescent material that exhibits photoluminescence in response to incident solar radiation. The photoluminescence has: (a) a quantum efficiency of at least 30 percent; (b) a spectral width no greater than 100 nm at Full Width at Half Maximum; and (c) a peak emission wavelength in the near infrared range.
  • Luminescent Materials That Emit Light In The Visible Range Or The Near Infrared Range

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  • US Patent:
    20100055350, Mar 4, 2010
  • Filed:
    Nov 2, 2009
  • Appl. No.:
    12/611062
  • Inventors:
    William M. Pfenninger - Fremont CA,
    Nemanja Vockic - San Jose CA,
    John Kenney - Palo Alto CA,
  • International Classification:
    B05D 5/06
  • US Classification:
    427581, 427157
  • Abstract:
    Luminescent materials and the use of such materials in anti-counterfeiting, inventory, photovoltaic, and other applications are described herein. In one embodiment, a method of forming a luminescent material includes: (1) providing a source of A and X, wherein A is selected from at least one of elements of Group IA, and X is selected from at least one of elements of Group VIIB; (2) providing a source of B, wherein B is selected from at least one of elements of Group IVB; (3) subjecting the source of A and X and the source of B to vacuum deposition to form a set of films adjacent to a substrate; and (4) heating the set of films to a temperature in the range of 120° C. to 350° C. to form a luminescent material adjacent to the substrate, wherein the luminescent material includes A, B, and X.
  • Solar Modules Including Spectral Concentrators And Related Manufacturing Methods

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  • US Patent:
    20100180932, Jul 22, 2010
  • Filed:
    Jan 21, 2010
  • Appl. No.:
    12/691697
  • Inventors:
    Jian Jim Wang - Orefield PA,
    Nemanja Vockic - San Jose CA,
    William Matthew Pfenninger - Fremont CA,
    John Kenney - Palo Alto CA,
  • International Classification:
    H01L 31/052
    H01L 31/18
  • US Classification:
    136246, 438 72, 257E31127
  • Abstract:
    Described herein are solar modules including spectral concentrators and related manufacturing methods.
  • Solar Modules Including Spectral Concentrators And Related Manufacturing Methods

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  • US Patent:
    20100224248, Sep 9, 2010
  • Filed:
    Feb 18, 2010
  • Appl. No.:
    12/708502
  • Inventors:
    John Kenney - Palo Alto CA,
    Jian Jim Wang - Orefield PA,
    William Matthew Pfenninger - Fremont CA,
    Nemanja Vockic - San Jose CA,
    John Midgley - San Carlos CA,
  • International Classification:
    H01L 31/00
  • US Classification:
    136259
  • Abstract:
    Described herein are solar modules and related manufacturing methods. In one embodiment, a solar module includes: (1) a photovoltaic cell; and (2) a resonant cavity waveguide optically coupled to the photovoltaic cell, the resonant cavity waveguide including: (a) a top reflector; (b) a bottom reflector; and (c) an emission layer disposed between the top reflector and the bottom reflector with respect to an anti-node position within the resonant cavity waveguide, the emission layer configured to absorb incident solar radiation and emit radiation that is guided towards the photovoltaic cell, the emitted radiation including an energy band having a spectral width no greater than 80 nm at Full Width at Half Maximum.
  • Solar Modules Including Spectral Concentrators And Related Manufacturing Methods

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  • US Patent:
    20100236625, Sep 23, 2010
  • Filed:
    Feb 18, 2010
  • Appl. No.:
    12/708505
  • Inventors:
    John Kenney - Palo Alto CA,
    Jian Jim Wang - Orefield PA,
    William Matthew Pfenninger - Fremont CA,
    Nemanja Vockic - San Jose CA,
    John Midgley - San Carlos CA,
  • International Classification:
    H01L 31/00
  • US Classification:
    136259, 136252
  • Abstract:
    Described herein are solar modules and related manufacturing methods. In one embodiment, a solar module includes: (1) a photovoltaic cell; and (2) a resonant cavity waveguide having a non-planar configuration and optically coupled to the photovoltaic cell, the resonant cavity waveguide including: (a) an outer reflector; (b) an inner reflector; and (c) an emission layer disposed between the outer reflector and the inner reflector with respect to an anti-node position within the resonant cavity waveguide, the emission layer configured to absorb incident solar radiation and emit radiation that is guided towards the photovoltaic cell, the emitted radiation including an energy band having a peak emission wavelength that is substantially matched to a bandgap energy of the photovoltaic cell.
  • Optical Devices Including Resonant Cavity Structures

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  • US Patent:
    20100316331, Dec 16, 2010
  • Filed:
    Feb 18, 2010
  • Appl. No.:
    12/708507
  • Inventors:
    John Kenney - Palo Alto CA,
    Jian Jim Wang - Orefield PA,
    William Matthew Pfenninger - Fremont CA,
    Nemanja Vockic - San Jose CA,
    John Midgley - San Carlos CA,
  • International Classification:
    G02B 6/26
    H01J 1/63
  • US Classification:
    385 39, 313503
  • Abstract:
    Described herein are optical devices including resonant cavity structures. In one embodiment, an optical fiber includes: () an elongated core including an outer surface; () an inner reflector disposed adjacent to the outer surface of the core and extending substantially along a length of the core; () an outer reflector spaced apart from the inner reflector and extending substantially along the length of the core; and () an emission layer disposed between the outer reflector and the inner reflector and extending substantially along the length of the core, the emission layer configured to emit radiation that is guided within the optical fiber.

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