Solar Cells

Quasi Interdigitated Back Contact Perovskite Solar Cells

Back contact electrodes allow avoiding shading and transmission light losses caused by a top electrode of a solar cell. Up to now, the champion silicon solar cells are made in this configuration. Read more.

Tandem Solar Cells

With more than 60 years research on photovoltaic (PV) solar cells since the first practical silicon-based device announced by Bell Laboratories in 1950s, solar cells are now publicly recognized as the most promising technology for obtaining the sustainable clean electrical energy. Read more.

Dipole modification of photovoltaic junctions

Material interfaces play a critical role in a solar cell. Any presence of defects will have a negative impact on the device performance. Read more.

Novel electrolytes for high-performance dye-sensitized solar cells

Over the past few decades, new classes of solution-processable hole transport materials (HTMs) for dye-sensitized and perovskite solar cells have evolved. Read more.

Microstructure characterisations for perovskite solar cells

Organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cells form a new type of thin film photovoltaic technology, which has achieved extraordinary improvements in power conversion efficiency in a relatively short time. Read more.

Single-crystalline perovskite platelets for electro-optical modulators

Our group is focusing on controlling the perovskite growth on different substrates by using low temperature methods. Read more.