Our current work consists of:
- The use of chemical robotics driven combinatorial library for the discovery of new materials for different optoelectronic applications
- The characterization of ionic and electronic transport properties of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites
- The synthesis and development of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites for high radiation energy sensors
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The use of chemical robotics driving combinatorial library for the discovery of new perovskites within optoelectronic applications
- Utilize equipment commonly seen in the biological field to create combinatorial Libraries of hybrid perovskites
- High throughput characterization to characterize these libraries efficiently
- Use machine learning data analysis (after synthesis and characterization) to determine outliers and any areas of interest
The characterization of ionic and electronic transport properties of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites using scanning probe microscopy techniques
- Utilize a variety of characterization techniques, such as scanning probe microscopy, to characterize local properties at the bulk and interfaces.
- Perform chemical imaging techniques, such as time-of-flight secondary ions spectrometry to understand ionic transport properties
- Study bulk transport properties with the focus on defects in collaboration with Charles University in Prague
The synthesis and development of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites for high radiation energy sensors
- An advantage to using hybrid perovskite single crystals for radiation sensing is their comparatively low-cost of synthesis as compared to classical radiation sensors.
- These single crystals can be developed for both X-ray/gamma and neutron sensing.