Welcome to Mike Pols

Mike Pols joined our group as a student research assistant. With strong background in both Physics and Chemistry from TU/e, he will be exploring a new research direction of ‘atom-thin 2D materials in perovskite solar cells’. Welcome, Mike!

Our EU Solar-era.net proposal SCALEUP approved

Our EU Solar-era.net proposal SCALEUP, a collaboration of five Principal Investigator from five countries (Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Isreal and the Netherlands) on perovskite solar cells was approved. This collaboration brings together complementary...
The absolute energy levels

The absolute energy levels

Our paper “Absolute energy level positions in tin and lead based halide perovskites” is published today on Nature Communications for publication. Here, we address one of the most debated topics in the material class of metal halide perovskites: the absolute energy...
Fluoride protects perovskite PV

Fluoride protects perovskite PV

Our work in collaboration with Peking University on the effective passivation of several types of vacancy defects in metal halide perovskite for highly stable perovskite solar cells by small anions is published today on Nature Energy. We obtain stable perovskite solar...
Subash Gireesan won the best poster price at MRS meeting

Subash Gireesan won the best poster price at MRS meeting

Subash Gireesan has been awarded the best poster prize at MRS spring meeting at Phoenix, US, on April 23, 2019. The title of his poster is Diffusive to Ballistic Heat Flow Transition in GaP Nanowires. Subash is one of the five winners out of several thousands of...