Advanced Characterizations Techniques on Low-Dimensional Materials for Photo-To-Energy Conversions
Chun-Wei Chen1*
1Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
* Presenter:Chun-Wei Chen, email:chunwei@ntu.edu.tw
Advanced characterizations techniques are very important in the development of new energy materials and systems. In this talk, I would like to address several advanced techniques which have been collaborating with the outstanding scientists in Taiwan in the past few years on the exploration of fundamental physics and properties of several emerging photon-to-energy conversion systems based on low-dimensional materials. I would like to address the usage of the state-of-the-art characterization techniques including, STM, TEM, electron tomography, in-situ synchrotron and ultrafast dynamics to investigate the polymer solar cell, perovskite solar cells, and graphene/Si Schottky junction solar cells and photochemical cells.[1-10]

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Keywords: Advanced characterization, Low dimensional materials, Phovoltaics