Our Current Research Areas Include
◆Photophysics of Organic and Perovskite Materials
Our experiments are based on time-resolved spectroscopic methods to investigate the dynamics of photoexcitations in a material. These spectroscopic techniques provide non-contact analytical tools to examine how optoelectronic materials may be optimized for photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes and transistors.
◆Organic and Perovskite Photovoltaics
Organic and perovskite materials are solution processable photovoltaic materials. We use organic and perovskite materials to fabricate solar cells with high power conversion efficiency. We also try to improve their long-term stability.
◆Organic and Perovskite Lign-Emitting Diodes
Organic and perovskite materials are used to prepare light-emitting diodes. We are developing devices with high performance.
◆Organic and Perovskite Transistors
We are working on novel transistors with low operation voltages.
Perovskite materials are used to detect environmental stimulations, including light and gases.