Sebastian presented our latest results on kinetic Monte Carlo simulations of organic solar cells at the 2019 nanoGe Fall Meeting held from 4 to 8 November in Berlin. The nanoGe Fall Meeting is a unique series of focused symposia on fundamental properties and preparation of advanced materials and their applications in fields such as photovoltaics and thermoelectrics.
ReMorphOPV is a research project investigating elementary processes in organic solar cells. We’re funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.
- Paper on Non-Equilibrium Voc Finally Published October 6, 2021
- Non-Equilibrium Effects Boost Open-Circuit Voltage of Organic Solar Cells May 28, 2021
- Presentation at Uppsala University April 2, 2021
- Morphology and Recombination: New Perspectives From an ‘Old’ Material March 26, 2021
- Book Chapter: Charge Recombination in Organic Solar Cells December 30, 2020