"本計畫之主要目的為進行結合基礎與應用兼具海洋特色新穎綠能光電研究，建立相關量測系統以 利達成目的。根據自然期刊所揭示(http://www.nature.com/subjects/green-photonics)，綠能光電 指研究發展生成清潔、再生能源之應用光學系統。主題包括：(一)太陽電池與光伏元件；（二）創造 照明與顯示應用高效節能光源；（三）開發環境生態友善之光電元組件材料。本計畫終極目標在瞭解 高效節能/環境生態友善材料/結構的物理特性應用在光電元組件之效能影響。本計畫符合開發高效能 與低成本新穎材料與組件之高效節能綠能光電市場滲透潮流及趨勢。本計畫亦將開發兼具海洋特色綠 能光電以充分利用海洋資源。本計畫主要研究項目包括：（一）研發增強電效能特性複合材料；（二） 研發包含取材海洋之多功能光電元組件基板/模板；（三）研發具高效節能/環境生態友善應用之光操 縱結構；（四）研發綠色合成自然派生之高效節能/環境生態友善應用功能性材料。本計畫研究成果將 有助於發光、光伏與光偵測元組件高效節能/環境生態友善綠能光電之應用與發展。" "The overall goal of this project is to pursue the basic and application study on the advanced green photonics with materials of marine origins, as well as to set up the facilities to attain that. Green photonics as quoted from Nature journal (http://www.nature.com/subjects/green-photonics) is ""the study and development of applied optical systems for generating clean, renewable energy"". The topics included are (1) solar cells and photovoltaic devices, (2) creation of energy-efficient optical sources for lighting and display applications and (3) development of eco-friendly materials for optoelectronic devices and components. The ultimate goal is to understand the basics of the underlying physical processes in energy (eco) efficient materials/structures on their device performance and to develop their device applications. The work of our project is very interesting and meets the current trend that it is pivotal to develop the new materials and device concepts with improved performance and lower costs for achieving the market penetration of eco-efficient photonic technologies. Our project will also develop the green photonics with materials of marine origins to take the advantages of marine resources. This project contains the following research topics: (1) Research for hybrid materials with enhanced electrical properties. (2) Research for multi-functional substrates/templates including materials of marine origins. (3) Research for light manipulation structures for energy (eco) efficient photonics applications. (4) Research for green synthesized, nature-derived functional materials for eco-efficient photonics applications. The results developed in our project will be applied to the light-emitting, photovoltaic and photo-sensing devices, which are very important for pursuing the energy (eco)-efficient green photonics applications."