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Nanostructured solar cells

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The nano-morphology in organic and hybrid solar cells has major influence on the device performance. However, currently most of these solar cells are fabricated via spin-coating, which gives a quite random donor-acceptor network. Even though some influence on this network-formation can be achieved by tuning the spin-coating parameters, full control does not seem to be possible.

Our group therefore focus on fabrication of nanostructures, which allow fabricating a donor acceptor network with the desired morphology. In this presentation recent projects from our group concerning the control of the nano-architecture of organic and hybrid soalr cells will be presented.

This talk is part of the Optoelectronics Group series.

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