Welcome bachelor students!

The season of bachelor theses has just begun with lab introductions today. We are happy to host a big group of young and talented people for the next few weeks. Especially Martha with her work on LEDs seems to have attracted a lot of attention. Welcom everybody and...

More news on perovskites – Sampson again

With another two publications on halide perovskites (HaPs) last week, Sampson really seems to be on a winning streak. One of the bottlenecks of HaPs is their stability. Formamidinium lead iodide (FAPbI3), for example, tends to change its phase from a desirable light...

Arjen turns 50!!

Congratulations, Arjen!! Today our research technician, Arjen Kamp, turns 50 – as a proper senior he also started working an hour earlier this morning. However, as part of a Dutch tradition, he was greeted by somebody else in his office this morning. We wish you...

Artem’s defence

Opening this year’s cycle of PhD ceremonies, our very dear Artem is going to defend his thesis on the upcoming Friday 15th March at 4:15 pm in the Aula of the Academy Building. If you are interested in his thesis entitled Colloidal quantum dot field-effect...

Sampson wins poster award in Jerusalem

Congratulations to Samspon, who won the poster award at the nanoGe Conference on Perovskite Solar Cells, Photonics and Optoelectronics (NIPHO) in Jerusalem last week. His work “Scalable Fabrication of High-quality Crystalline and Stable FAPbI3 Thin Films by...

Sampson looks at interfaces

Sampson’s paper on device architectures and interfaces in perovskite solar cells just came out in Advanced Materials Interfaces. Check it out here. Congrats, Sampson, and keep up the good...

For those who like it hot

Check out our open access review paper on the field of hot charge carriers. “Hot carrier solar cells and the potential of perovskites for breaking the Shockley-Queisser limit”...