High‐Efficiency Solution‐Processed Two‐Terminal Hybrid Tandem Solar Cells Using Spectrally Matched Inorganic and Organic Photoactive Materials
Their findings have been published in Advanced Energy Materials on October 6, 2020.
Inorganic perovskite‐based solar cells (PSCs) are making steady progress toward commercialization, thanks to the recent development of inorganic PSCs that exhibit remarkably improved power conversion efficiency (PCE) of 18.04%, close to 20%... Read More
Their work has been selected to appear on the back cover of the February 2020 issue of Advanced Energy Materials.
A novel technology that can improve the efficiency of quantum dot solar cells to 11.53% has been unveiled. Published in the February 2020 issue of Advanced Energy Materials, it has been evaluated as a study that solved the challenges posed... Read More
The UNIST-Harvard SEAS Summer Exchange Program was held from June 19 to July 19, 2019.
A summer exchange program, operated by UNIST and and Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), ended with great success. The program, which consisted of four weeks of intensive hands-on education, created ne... Read More
Their findings have been published in the March 2019 issue of Nano Energy.
The study finds key to produce perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells that display high efficiency (21.19%).
In quest of higher efficiency, a major breakthrough has been made in silicon (Si) solar cell technology. Known as Tandem, this technology is aimed at overcoming the theoretical efficiency limit of Si solar cells by adding perovskite solar c... Read More
Generating electricity during the day and emitting light at night
On May 5, a team of UNIST and Ulsan University researchers announced they have developed perovskite optoelectronic devices that can generate electricity during the day and emit light at night. This study is a collaboration among scientists,... Read More