Photovoltaics-Condensed Matter or Optics?

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Hi guys, I'm a rising Junior in physics. I would really like to pursue an applied physics PhD
program to study photovoltaics, likely something to do with nano-photonics. My problem now is that I'm
a research assistant in a condensed matter experiment lab, focusing heavily on spectroscopy.
Will not having research experience in optics in particular hurt my application? Would it even be worth it to switch labs now? I've been working with them for the bette rpart of a year.
Thanks guys!
 

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Will not having research experience in optics in particular hurt my application?
No.
 

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