New Guest Post Series: "A PhD Student Condenses..."
Posted on Mon, Sep 24, 2018
We are excited to announce the start of a new 6-part series titled "A PhD Student Condenses...", where recent academic articles will be condensed and reviewed by Ossila's newest academic collaborator - Emma Spooner, a first-year PhD student in Fullerene-Free Photovoltaic Devices the University of Sheffield.
Title: Influence of Molar Mass Ratio, Annealing Temperature and Cathode Buffer Layer on Power Conversion Efficiency of P3HT:PC71BM-based Organic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cell
Citation: A. Singh et. al, Organ. Electron., 2017, 51, 428-434.
Learning point: The processing conditions used for one bulk-heterojunction OPV stack may not be the most optimal for a different stack.
The first paper she will review in this series is an article by Singh, Dey & Iyer featured in the December 2017 issue of Organic Electronics. It is based on optimising organic (OPV) processing conditions - a topic important in maximising power conversion efficiency (PCE) values, and therefore of particular interest to researchers in the field of OPVs.
The full post written by Emma can be found here - A PhD Student Condenses #1: The Impact of OPV Processing Conditions
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