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Global Green Energy Technology(GET)-future Laboratory 2012

Research Interests

Our major research efforts emphasize on creating and developing advanced organic semiconductor materials, supramolecules and polymers for tomorrow's energy science and technology. Our research works cover both fundamental and applied aspects of advanced organic semiconductor materials. Therefore, our research involves three stages (i) the design and synthetic stage with the molecular architecture engineering, and the preparation of model compounds and target molecules; (ii) the characterization stage including the photophysical and electrochemical studies for the establishment of structure-property relationship; and (iii) the application stage with the fabrication and the performance testing of dye-sensitized, organic and hybrid solar cells as well as next generation energy storage devices (supercapacitors and LIBs) in tomorrow's energy science and technology.

Research Scopes

The major objectives of our research efforts are to develop advanced organic and polymeric semiconductor materials, investigate the principle of photodynamics and energy transfer mechanism for advanced organic and polymeric semiconductor materials, determine the relationship between advanced organic semiconductor material and photophysical property, and develop next generation energy conversion and storage devices, such as dye-sensitized, organic and hybrid solar cells as well as supercapacitors and LIBs. Our research efforts will provide the fundamental clue and the milestone for realizing advanced energy technology. The following research subjects have been performed and investigated in our laboratory:

  1. New Design & Synthesis of Organic Semiconductor Materials for Highly Efficient Dye-sensitized Solar Cells
  2. New Design & Synthesis of Organic Hole Transporting Materials for Highly Efficient Solid-state Dye-sensitized and Perovskite Solar Cells
  3. New Design & Synthesis of D-p-A Copolymers for Highly Efficient Organic Solar Cells and Perovskite Solar Cells
  4. New Design & Synthesis of Advanced Polymeric Materials for Next Generation Energy Conversion and Storage Devices
  5. Structure-Property and Device Performance Relationship Determination
  6. New Device Architecture Design and Optimization for Commercialization




 

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