Zehua Chen received his Master’s degree in 2018 from Nankai University in China, with a thesis on the modelling of amorphous silica by using density-functional theory (DFT) and classical molecular dynamics (CMD).
Zehua joined our group in September 2018 and supported by TU/e-DIFFER Storing Solar Energy program, his research focuses on the multiscale computational modelling of perovskite solar cells: from material properties to device performance.
Publications: # equal contribution
- Z. Chen, G. Brocks, S. Tao, P. Bobbert, Unified theory for light-induced halide segregation in mixed halide perovskites, accepted by Nature Communications.
- K. Datta, B. T. van Gorkom, Z. Chen, S. Tao, P. A. Bobbert, M. M. Wienk, R. A. J. Janssen, et al, the Effect of Light-Induced Halide Segregation in Mixed-Halide Perovskite Solar Cells, submitted.
- H. Xie, Z. Wang, Z. Chen, M. Pols, S. Stranks, S. Tao, M. Grätzel, A. Hagfeldt, M. L. Cantu, et al. Phosphonates immobilize ions under non-equilibrium conditions in highly stable halide perovskite solar cells, accepted by Joule.
- N. Li#, Y. Luo#, Z Chen#, G. Brocks, S. Tao, D. P. Fenning, H. Zhou et al. Microscopic Degradation in Formamidinium-Cesium Lead Iodide Perovskite Solar Cells under Operational Stressors, Joule, 4, 1743 (2020).
- Q. Li, Z. Chen, I. Tranca, S. Gaastra-Nedea, D. Smeulders and S. Tao, Compositional effect on water adsorption on metal halide perovskites, Applied surface Science, 538, 148058(2021).