Invited webinar - Microscopic Study of Defects in Metal Halide Perovskites Using FLIM and Capacitance Characterizations
In this webinar, Prof. Jinsong Huang discusses the critical role that electronic defects play in determining the efficiency and stability of photovoltaic devices. He highlights the progress that has been made in defect elimination and passivation strategies for metal halide perovskite solar cells, which have seen a rapid increase in power conversion efficiency in recent years.
Prof. Huang also explains how FLIM and capacitance-based measurements can be used to directly visualize the impact of defects on the material`s physical properties. He presents several studies that use these techniques to answer critical questions such as the density and chemical nature of defects, as well as whether grain boundaries are as benign as bulk defects.
This webinar is an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest research techniques in perovskite solar cells and to interact with leading experts in the field.
- Recorded on June 21, 2023
- Speaker: Prof. Jinsong Huang, University of North Carolina, USA
About the speaker
Jinsong Huang is currently Louis D. Rubin, Jr. Distinguished Professor at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He received his PhD degree in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of California-Los Angeles in 2007. His current research interests include solution processed electronic materials for applications in energy, sensing, and consumer electronics. He has authored ~300 publications, >30 patents, >10 books and book chapters.
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