Our latest work on Enhanced control of self-doping in halide perovskites for improved thermoelectric performance has been highlighted by a number of news outlets. Read about it here, or the original article at https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-13773-3
Thibault Degoussée and Oliver Fenwick presented the latest results on aligned polymers and halide perovskites at ECT2019 in Cyprus.
PhD student Kening Wan is visiting Dr. Juan José Vilatela’s group at IMDEA Materials Institute (Spain), funded by the MultiComp COST action.
PhD student Thibault Degousée presented his results at the STEM For Britain event in the Palace of Westminster. A number of MPs and policy members attended the event.
The event aims to present “ground-breaking” and frontier UK research and R&D to Members of both Houses of Parliament at Westminster and foster greater dialogue between early-stage researchers and Members both in Westminster and in their Constituencies.
Dr Vanira Trifiletti has joined the Organic Thermoelectrics Laboratory as a Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellow. Her 2-year fellowship will focus on the development of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite thermoelectric materials.
Thibault Degousée gave a talk on “Thermoelectric properties of highly aligned polymers” at a CAM-IES meeting in Cambridge.
Dr Fenwick presented our latest results at the UK-China Partnership Forum in Thermoelectrics for Clean Energy held at Northwestern Polytechnical University in Xi’an, China.