Photophysics and OptoElectronics Group
Welcome to the website of the Photophysics and OptoElectronics Group of Prof.dr. Maria Antonietta Loi.
Our group focuses on the study of the photophysic and optoelectronic properties of solution processable semiconductors, such as:
- hybrid perovskites
- colloidal Quantum Dots
- organic semiconductors
- carbon nanotubes
The ultimate purpose of our studies is the application of these new materials in cheap and high performing solar cells and other electronic devices.
Alternatively, for a more popular insight of our work, check out what the media write about our research…
Our most recent post:
“Slow ‘hot electrons’ could improve solar cell efficiency” : HongHua Fang’s article in Nature Communications attracts attention
The University issued a press release which focuses on our groups latest Nature Communications article ("Long-lived hot-carrier light emission and large blue shift in formamidinium tin triiodide perovskites") "Slow 'hot electrons' could improve solar cell efficiency"...