Scale-bridging, multi-modal characterization of metal halide perovskite materials and devices

Rita Ebner, Silke Christiansen (Speaker), S. Pechmann, G. Sarau, Tommaso Fontanot, Aranzazu Aguirre, Imo-Imomec Imec, Maria Hadjipanayi, V. Paraskeva, George E. Georghiou

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Abstract

Organic-inorganic hybrid metal halide perovskite solar cells show exceptional optoelectronic properties in line with low-cost and large-scale fabrication and have demonstrated a leap forward in power conversion efficiency (PCE). PCEs emerged from 3.8% in initial studies [1] to today’s certified 25.5% (single-junction) and close to 30% (perovskite-silicon tandem devices) [2]. The main challenge prior to large scale commercialization of this type of solar cells, is now to improve long term stability at the module level.
Here, the interplay of multi-modal, scale-bridging (macro to nano) materials and device characterization with probes like focused electron, ion or laser beams and tips and will play a significant role to further advance long term stability, sustainability and recyclability.
Translated title of the contributionSkalenüberbrückende, multimodale Charakterisierung von Metallhalogenid-Perowskit-Materialien
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPublications
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2023

Research Field

  • Energy Conversion and Hydrogen

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