A new type of organic solar modules from i-MEET, ZAE and HI-ErN was tested in space (the stratosphere) at 37 km altitude.
Based on their recent investigations on fully printed infrared photodetectors and mid infrared giant nanocrystals, Amir Y. Amin and Niall Killilea proposed the “next generation of infrared sensors”.
Josef and Markus from ZAE finished their PhD in June.
Watch the rocket launch from NASA carrying solar cells from i-MEET and HI-ErN. Several of our Organic Solar Cells and Perovskite Solar Cells were launched June 20th to space from NASA Wallops Flight Facility ERC in VA, USA. The mission i...
Our mixed team from i-MEET, HI-ErN and SFF presented their latest results in the 4th Groningen conference on solar materials from 9th - 12th of June
Osbel has won the SAOT Student Award 2019 in the topic “Optical Materials and Systems” for his work “Discerning Recombination Mechanisms and Ideality Factors through Impedance Analysis of High-Efficiency Perovskite Solar Cells” published in Nano Energy 48 (2018), p. 63-72.
Within the last 4 years, Jose was working on the development of computational methods to predict the thermodynamic properties of organic semiconductors and explored AI Methods. Immediately after finishing his PhD, Jose rushed to Boston and started his new career as a Postdoc at MIT