Traps passivation via interfacial engineering using conductive transparent polymers

Traps passivation via interfacial engineering using conductive transparent polymers

Internship Description

This project is focusing on an emerging and highly promising technology, perovskite solar cells. Commonly, these devices employ Ti02 as the electron transporting layer that exhibits trap states hindering charge carrier extraction and collection. We aim to improve these properties by passivating 
Ti02/perovskite interface by the incorporation of conductive polymers on top. The successful candidate will gain experience on device fabrication, electrical and morphological characterization of the perovskite photovoltaic cells. 

Deliverables/Expectations

​Perform state-of-the-art research

Faculty Name

Field of Study

​Material Science and Engineering, Applied Physics, Chemistry​