Organic solar cells (OSC), in spite of being a promising technology, still face challenges regarding large-scale fabrication. Although efficiencies of up to 12 % has been reached for small molecule OSC, their performance, both in terms of device efficiency and stability, is significantly reduced during up-scaling processes. The work presented here is focused on an approach towards up-scaling of small molecule based OSC with inverted device configuration. Bilayer OSC from Tetraphenyldibenzoperiflanthene (DBP) and Fullerenes (C70), as electron donor and acceptor respectively, with cell area ranging on a scale from a few mm2 to cm2, are produced by organic molecular beam deposition (OMBD). All the layers in the device are fabricated from a highly sophisticated vacuum cluster deposition system that includes electrode, interfacial layer and organic layer deposition in one high-vacuum deposition system. The work includes investigation of morphology and uniformity of the layers from atomic force microscopy (AFM) and optical spectroscopy investigations.
|Status||Udgivet - 2015|
|Begivenhed||7th School on Organic Electronics: Summer School on Organic Electronics From Semiconductor to Biomolecular Interfaces - Lake Como School of Advanced Studies, Como, Italien|
Varighed: 14. sep. 2015 → 18. sep. 2015
|Andet||7th School on Organic Electronics|
|Lokation||Lake Como School of Advanced Studies|
|Periode||14/09/2015 → 18/09/2015|
Patil, B. R., & Madsen, M. (2015). UP-scaling of inverted small molecule based organic solar cells. Poster session præsenteret på 7th School on Organic Electronics, Como, Italien. http://oeri.lakecomoschool.org/files/2015/09/AbstarctBook2.pdf