We have two projects in the frame of the SPP2196 "Perovskite Semiconducturs" funded by the DFG:
- Point-Defect Design and Facet-Selective Optoelectronic Properties in Doped Perovskite Microcrystals
- Control over grain size and crystallinity: Role of trap states in perovskites
(collaboration Partners: Prof. Ullrich Steiner (Uni Fribourg, Switzerland))
These projects are continuing in the second funding phase as:
- Spatially resolved studies on addressable defects in hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite micro-crytals prepared in the gas-phase
- Control over grain size and crystallinity: Role of trap states in perovskites II (Perocryst)
(collaboration Partners: Prof. Sabine Ludwigs (Uni Stuttgart))
(together with the Photovoltaic group and external partners)
Porous supercrystals by biomimetic structure-forming from polar nanoparticles and their application in efficient solar cells (SuperSol)
Project in collaboration with the group of Prof. Polarz.
Hydrogen Production Through Photovoltaic Energy
Highly efficient printed (>17%) perovskit solar cells (MesoPIN)
(In collaboration with Dr. A. Hinsch, Insitute for solar energy systems (ISE) (coordinator), Prof. H. Hillebrecht (University of Freiburg), Prof. M. Thelakkat (University of Bayreuth), Dr. S. Meier (Opvius), Jürgen Person (Thieme))
Correlation of growth, structure, optical and electronic properties of novel Nb3O7(OH) and Nb2O5 nanostructures
In collaboration with Prof. Chr. Scheu, MPI-Düsseldorf.