PERMASOL - Perovskite Materials for Efficient Solar Cells

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

PERMASOL is an ambitious initiative to improve the current understanding and technological state-of-the-art of perovskite solar cells, which are on the way to revolutionize the PV industry with their low fabrication cost and high efficiency. The project introduces innovations addressing the toxicity and low stability of perovskites, which impede their commercialization. In parallel, it proposes new cell components and architectures, compatible with flexible PV. Finally, with advanced electronic bandstructure calculations and spectroscopic techniques, it aspires to unveil the properties of new perovskites and their devices.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/09/1531/08/18

Research Output

  • A Zero-Dimensional Mixed-Anion Hybrid Halogenobismuthate(III) Semiconductor: Structural, Optical, and Photovoltaic Properties

    Hoefler, S. F., Rath, T., Fischer, R., Latal, C., Hippler, D., Koliogiorgos, A., Galanakis, I., Bruno, A., Fian, A., Dimopoulos, T. & Trimmel, G., 21 Aug 2018, In : Inorganic chemistry. 57, 17, p. 10576-10586 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Prizes

    Monatshefte für Chemie/Chemical Monthly - Young Scientist Best Review Paper Award

    Sebastian Franz Höfler (Recipient) & Thomas Rath (Recipient), 8 Nov 2018

    Prize: Prizes / Medals / Awards