My research interests focus on developing hybrid materials suitable for photovoltaic, optoelectronic, and nanoelectronic devices. I am particularly interested in molecular engineering to tune the bulk and interface properties of halide perovskites and investigate their photophysics and charge transport.

EU Funded Marie Curie Project

STable perovskite solar cells via interfacial engineering of 2D/3D mixed-dimensional Absorbers and Robust dopant-free hole-transporting materialS (STARS)

Marie-Curie project STARS has been successfully completed. In this project, molecularly engineered perovskite absorbers and new hole transporting material were developed. Perovskites solar cells of  PCE > 24 % and 2000 h of operational and thermal stability were developed. This project has taken the stability of perovskites solar cells beyond the current state of the art.

Research Highlights

Fabrication of High-Efficiency and Stable Perovskite Photovoltaics

Defect Engineering of Metal Halide Perovskites

Understanding and Mitigating the Interfacial Ion Diffusion in Perovskite Solar Cells