Topics : >> Surface photovoltage studies on CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite: influence of selective electron contact layers on photo-induced charge separation (Grant no. MRG6080173, TRF) >> Design New Perovskite Solar Cell Materials with Surface/Interface Engineering, NRCT) >> […]Read More
Kelvin probe force microscopy (KPFM) KPFM is also known as surface potential microscopy, is a noncontact variant of atomic force microscopy (AFM). With KPFM, the work function of surfaces can be observed at atomic or […]Read More
Submission deadline: October, 3rd, 2022
please apply via: https://admission.kmutt.ac.th or http://petchra.kmutt.ac.th
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The laboratory for interface and surface (ISC) theme is related to fabrication and characterization on nanometer-scale materials, state-of-the-art in nowadays semiconductor technology, and semiconductor materials for solar cell devices. The research group at the ISC KMUTT focuses on the optical and electrical properties of emerging semiconductors, including halide perovskites. The research group related the optoelectronic properties to chemical, material morphological, and structural properties through multimodal characterizations. That fundamental scientific understanding allows constructing, up to now, perovskite solar cells with their power conversion efficiency of over 21%.
In addition, we have been working on the so-called “Computer Intelligence-Aided Device Simulation, “which is a novel interdisciplinary research approach using a combination of computational physics, computer intelligence, and experimental results. This approach will provide us with insights into the fundamental properties of perovskite solar cells in our fabricated devices and promote the development of stable high-efficiency solar cells.
We are looking for enthusiastic M.S. and Ph.D. students to work on a project together. Please apply to our Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Graduate Program, Faculty of Science, KMUTT.
In article number 202100143, we highlight the impacts of the correlated-color temperatures (CCTs) of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) on the perovskite solar cell (PSC). Based on the irradiant spectrum, an emphasis is placed on the theoretical prediction of the free carrier generation rate and maximum current density as a function of the CCT. Most importantly, when compared to the PSC device illuminated under one-sun conditions, more stable maximum power output was obtained under LED illumination.
|“Compact nanostructured TiO2 deposited by aerosol spray pyrolysis for the hole-blocking layer in a CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite solar cell”|
|“Photoinduced charge dissociation and transport at P3HT/ITO interfaces: studied by modulated surface spectroscopy”|