Hoye Group - Energy Materials and Devices
We are an interdisciplinary team developing materials for clean energy conversion.
We work on developing the next generation of photovoltaics based on defect-tolerant materials, which could enable high efficiency to be achieved using low-cost growth methods. Image credit: Steve Penney
We develop materials for ultrahigh definition displays and flexible solid-state lighting using nanostructured metal-halide perovskites.
We develop new structures that allow two solar cells to work in tandem and surpass the efficiencies of single-junction devices. Image credit: Dr. Maung Thway, Dr. Yuanhang Chen and Tianyuan Liu
We play an active role in organising symposia on next-generation photovoltaics at international conferences in the US, France, Poland and Japan. Here is an invited Future Energy piece in Joule we wrote stemming from one of the symposia we organised.
Our work on lead-free perovskite-inspired materials for harvesting indoor light to power electronics featured on the cover of Advanced Energy Materials
Invited review on defect passivation in halide perovskite thin films and nanocrystals, published in Angewandte Chemie
Our sponsors: The Royal Academy of Engineering, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, The Royal Society, and the Department of Materials at Imperial College London