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The international doctoral program IGK 2495 was established in 2019 with our partner institute, the Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, in order to better understand lead-free perovskite materials for electro- optical-mechanical energy conversion systems. Such alternative energy sources will become increasingly vital over the next decades, not only as sources of renewable energy but also for high-tech applications, such as powering unattended wireless sensors. Of particular importance is the improved understanding of multi-length scale phenomena responsible for the energy conversion, development and implementation of state-of-the-art lead-free perovskite materials, novel 2D and 3D processing techniques, and integration into devices. Various synthesis, manufacturing, and experimental techniques will be utilized and coupled to cutting edge simulations, facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration.

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nanoGe is a prestigious brand of successful science conferences covering cutting-edge materials topics like perovskite solar cells, photovoltaics, optoelectronics, solar fuel conversion, surface science, catalysis and two-dimensional materials. The Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics Conference (HOP...

This time we are interviewing Juliana Maier from Project F - Room Temperature Aerosol Deposition of Lead-Free Ferroelectric Films for Energy Conversion Systems. You can find all interviews of the Researcher Highlight Series here.    Where do you come from and how did you become a part of th...

This is the third interview of the Researcher Highlight Series. This time we would like to introduce the first PhD student from our partner institute Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan (NITech): Minuk Choi.  He is collaborating with Project E – Lead-Free Perovskite Semiconductors with Tunable Ban...