Recently, Science publishes the latest breakthrough in new photovoltaic technology by WUT’s solar cell research team. The paper is entitled Lead halide-templated crystallization of methylamine-free perovskite for efficient photovoltaic modules.
In the paper, the in-situ two-step preparation strategy of perovskite is proposed for the first time, which makes it possible for the large-area fabrication of perovskite solar cells and realizes the efficient and stable printing fabrication of solar cell modules. The State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing of WUT is the first corresponding unit of the paper with Huang Fuzhi, the researcher, being the only corresponding author.
Huang Fuzhi, who obtained the doctorate from the University of Melbourne, Australia in 2009 and conducted post-doctoral research in Monash University, Australia from 2009 to April,2015, joined the State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology For Materials Synthesis and Processing of Wuhan University of Technology in May, 2015. With over 140 papers published in high-level journals including Science, Nature, Nature Communication, Advanced Materials, Energy & Environmental Science,he was selected as the global top 1% of cited authors in the journals in energy and sustainability published by the Royal Society of Chemistry(RSC).His major research focuses at present are the industrialization of perovskite solar cells, photovoltaic hydrogen production, and flexible electronics.
Written by: Xiong Yuanlu
Rewritten by: Lu Lin
Reviewed by: Luo Xiaohan
Edited by: Zhao Jingjing, Li Tiantian
Source: Institute of New Materials, WUT