New Paper – Improving transparent conductive oxides to reduce losses in tandem solar cells

In her newest paper PhD student Özde Kabaklı published important work to improve the transparent conductive oxide films used in perovskite-silicon tandem solar cells. She and her collaborators were able to reduce the electro-optical losses in these layers. This will help built better tandem solar cells. You can find all the details here:

New paper – Increasing the Current Density in Tandem Perovskite-Silicon Solar Cells

PhD student Mina Heydarian and her collaborators published a new study in which they carefully modelled how to increase the current density in tandem solar cells and then optimised the experimental procedures to realise great gains in the current density. These improvements are key to realise highly-efficient perovskite-silicon solar cells. The study also demonstrates theContinue reading “New paper – Increasing the Current Density in Tandem Perovskite-Silicon Solar Cells”

In the press – Juliane’s start in Freiburg and the support by the Vector Stiftung make the news

In Summer 2022 Dr Juliane Borchert started at the University of Freiburg to set up her new lab with the generous support of the Vector Foundation and the Technical Faculty of the University of Freiburg. Read more about her background and her plans here: Press report Uni Freiburg