Professor Hongxia Wang is granted the ARC Discovery Projects Funding 2019, the funding for world-leading research. The Approved Proposal: Green synthesis of organometal perovskite solar cells. This project aims to understand the mechanism that governs the formation and crystallisation process of organic-inorganic lead halide perovskite […]
The work “Tailoring Crystal Structure of FA0.83Cs0.17PbI3 Perovskite Through Guanidinium Doping for Enhanced Performance and Tunable Hysteresis of Planar Perovskite Solar Cells” has been published on Advanced Functional Materials journal. Congratulation to Mr. Ngoc Duy Pham!
Yang Yang (Ricky) gives a great presentation about his work in his confirmation seminar today 12 Oct 2018.
Inorganic Hole Transport Material to Improve Performance and Stability of Perovskite Solar Cells
Organic-inorganic hybrid lead trihalide perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have shown great potential for practical application in photovoltaic field with the rapid advancement of power conversion efficiency (PCE) from the initial 3.8% to a certificated 23.3% during the past few years. However, the instability of PSCs is regarded as the vital problem that restricts its progress of commercialization and industrialization in reality. Carbon electrode with low cost and high stability has exhibited powerful magnetism and competitiveness for the practical application of PSCs in the future compared to noble metal counterpart. Nonetheless, several issues such as poor interface contact with perovskite, obvious hysteresis behaviour, and inferior power conversion efficiency obstruct its further development. A simple yet effective method was applied by introducing CuSCN as hole transport layer to modify the interface of perovskite and carbon layer and impede the hysteretic feature in carbon-based planar heterojunction perovskite solar cells.
Prof. Hongxia Wang was awarded “Certificate of Excellence” by Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation Queensland in 2015. Photo: Prof. Hongxia Wang with Minister of DSITI, Consulate-General of the People’s Republic of China, Vice-President of Chinese Academy of Science, China.
Dr. Vincent Tiong is awarded the Silver RSC Poster Prize Award at the 4th International Symposium on Solar Fuels and Solar cells & the 3rd Conference on Clean Energy. 10/20/2014 – 10/24/2014 at Dalian Institute of Chemical Physiss, Dalian, China.