Development of Bio-Inspired Organic Nanoparticles for Organic Solar Cells

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Organic semiconductors offer several advantages over inorganic variants: low production costs, high absorption coefficients, easy processability and flexibility; which make them one of the most promising candidates for photovoltaics and photocatalysis. The key challenges that remain to be overcome to make organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices competitive is their photostability and their processing in toxic solvents which should be replaced with environmentally friendly ones. This PhD project is part of the Carlsbergfondet project “Artplast - Artificial Chloroplasts: Nature-inspired electronic molecular nanoparticle platform” with the focus on developing highly efficient and stable non-fullerene acceptor and polymer donor based OPV devices for hydrogen evolution and solar electricity generation by mimicking the energy converting and self-healing mechanism of a leaf.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date27. Sept 2022
Publication statusPublished - 27. Sept 2022
EventISOS 2022 Sønderborg: International Summit on Organic and Hybrid Photovoltaics Stability - Sønderborg, Denmark
Duration: 27. Sept 202230. Sept 2022


ConferenceISOS 2022 Sønderborg
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  • Nanoparticle synthesis
  • organic nanotechnology
  • Organic solar cells


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