Group student Hoyeon has had a paper accepted in the RSC Journal of Materials Chemistry C, studying the photo-brightening effect in perovskite grains using correlated optical and chemical mapping. In collaboration with the Flavell group and the NanoSIMS group at Manchester, this study linked luminescence lifetime and emission energies to
Group PhD student Hoyeon Choi has had a conference proceedings accepted for SPIE Europe 2020. As this conference has been cancelled, his talk is available throught the SPIE Digital Form. In his work, Hoyeon describes the application of confocal and time-resolved spectral mapping to study and understand photobrightening and degradation
Patrick acted as external examiner for Tim Crothers, a student with Prof. Laura Herz in Physics at Oxford University. Tim defended his thesis on Charge-carrier transport and recombination dynamics in metal halide perovskites.
Congratulations to Ruben Ahumada-Lazo for his new paper on emission properties of perovskite nanocrystals. In his new paper, published in ACS Journal of Physical Chemistry C, he used ultrafast and high-fluence optical techniques based at the Photon Science Institute to reveal the radiative and non-radiative recombination pathways in CsPbCl3 perovskite