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I will study perovskite solar cells enhanced by distributed feedback structures.
Advisor: Lih Y. Lin – Electrical Engineering
I will measure the rate of change of gas phase species with electrochemical impedance to give a set of stringent criteria for determining reaction mechanism and kinetics for co-electrolysis of C02 and H20.
Advisor: Eric Stuve – Chemical Engineering
My research will focus on developing time dependent models for heterogeneous condensed matter systems to explicitly simulate exciton dynamics.
We are interested in studying how the identity of the surface ligand affects cobalt and cobalt phosphide nanoparticles’ activity for the hydrogen evolution reaction.
Advisor: Brandi Cossairt – Chemistry
My research will focus on developing novel processing techniques to incorporate dopants more efficiently and cost effectively into earth abundant and nontoxic semiconductor nanocrystals.
Advisor: Vince Holmberg – Chemical Engineering
My research focuses on two major challenges: the storage of solar and other forms of intermittent renewable energy, and carbon-neutral fuel and chemical production.
Advisor: Charlie Campbell – Chemistry
My research is focused on development of stable bandgap-tuned perovskite absorbers with superior optoelectronic quality, tailored for construction of high-efficiency multijunction solar cells.
Advisor: Alex K-Y. Jen – Materials Science & Engineering
I plan to perform systematic studies of carrier lifetimes and diffusion lengths in hybrid organic perovskites by optoelectronic, magnetotransport, and thermodynamic measurements.
Advisor: Jiun-Haw Chu – Physics
I will be working on optimizing the synthesis of cesium tin halide nanocrystals for use as host lattices for transition metal dopants such as rhenium.
Advisor: Daniel Gamelin – Chemistry
The goal of my PhD study is to develop computationally efficient control techniques that are scalable to large power systems and provide provable guarantees on stability.
Advisor: Radha Poovendran – Electrical Engineering
My goal is to jump-start organic photovoltaics research by testing the idea that the use of non-fullerene acceptors (NFAs) can allow OPVs to operate in the high-efficiency radiative limit that materials like GaAs and halide perovskites.
Advisor: David Ginger – Chemistry
My research interest is on the fundamental spin and optical properties of defects in direct band gap semiconductors.
Advisor: Kai-Mei Fu – Physics and Electrical Engineering
During the CEI Fellowship period, I will explore how optimized microstructure help achieve high-performance perovskite solar cells with long-term stability.
Advisor: Jiangyu Li – Mechanical Engineering
My anticipated research will focus on designing and fabricating large area nanopatterned metal films for incorporation, as a transparent electrode, into organic solar cells.
Advisor: Qiuming Yu – Chemical Engineering
I specialize in developing real-time control schemes that utilize data collected from GPS-synchronized sensors distributed over large geographical areas to enhance the stability of the grid.
Advisor: Daniel Kirschen – Electrical Engineering
My research will focus on using artificial neural networks to create surrogate models for physics-based battery models for parameter estimation, real-time control strategies, and educational tools.
Advisor: Venkat Subramanian – Chemical Engineering