University of Arkansas, USA.
Title : SYNTHESIS AND DOPING OF HYBRID ORGANIC/INORGANIC HALIDE PEROVSKITES: LIGHT EMITTING, ELECTROCHROMISM, SOLAR CELLS AND MORE.
Dr. Qinglong Jiang, assistant professor (TT) in University of Arkansas (UAPB). He worked for Argonne National Laboratory after his postdoc researcher career in Florida State University/National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. He is interested in halide perovskites for solar cell/light emitting, dye sensitive solar cell, electrochromism, nanomaterials, optical electronic devices. He has over 40 publications including Angewandte Chemie?Adv. Energy Mater., ACS Nano?Nano Energy, ACS Energy Lett., Chem. Commu., JPCL. He has over 20 presentations including international invited/keynote talks. Dr. Jiang is also serving as managing editor for Engineered Science and ES Energy&Environment, editorial board for Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials, and reviewer for journals such as, J. Mat. Chem. A, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Chem. Comm., RSC Advances, Dalton Transactions, Polymer, et al. He is also the member for AAAS and ACS.
Background: The first paper about hybrid organic-inorganic solar cells with perovskite-structured CH3NH3PbI3 as the active layer was published in 2009. Over 25% efficiency in few years, perovskite solar cells are the most promising next generation solar cell. It has been found application in light emitting, photoluminescence, sensors and so on. This presentation involves the synthesis and doping of halide perovskite materials. Also, the presentation will talk about the doping of halide perovskite and the application in solar cells, light emitting, electrochromism and other related topics.
Objective: To synthesize and dope halide perovskites for light emitting, electrochromism, solar cells and more.
Methods: Wet chemistry will be used for the synthesis of halide perovskites. Electrochemical method will be used to dope the synthesized materials.
Results and Conclusion: Doped halide perovskites materials have been used in solar cells, light emitting, electrochromism and other fields.