Hybrid organic-inorganic halide perovskites have revealed to be very promising materials for photovoltaic oriented applications, leading to photoconversion efficiencies over 20%. These materials also present potentials for light-emission, field-effect transistors as well as spintronic or thermoelectric applications. Despite intense experimental and theoretical investigations in the past three years, a complete understanding of the fundamental materials properties is still lacking. In order to stimulate further improvements in the field, we propose a joint workshop including both researchers involved in state of the art experimental investigations of electronic and structural dynamics as well as leading theoreticians.
This workshop anticipates 25-35 participants including junior researchers.
Most TSRC meetings are very small, typically only about 25 people.
IMPORTANT: Participants should be aware that this workshop runs Tuesday through Saturday.
|Cahen, David||Weizmann Institute of Science|
|Ghosh, Dibyajyoti||Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India|
|Hoye, Robert||Imperial College London|
|Kakekhani, Arvin||BIOVIA, Dassault SystÃ¨mes|
|Lee, Tae-Woo||Seoul National University|
|Limmer, David||UC Berkeley|
|Martínez-Pastor, Juan P.||University of Valencia|
|NGUYEN, Thi Phuc Tan||CNRS - PoLLoC grant agreement No 899141|
|Raino, Gabriele||ETH ZUrich|
|Ramadan, Alexandra||University of Oxford|
|Stein, Joshua S.||Sandia National Laboratories|