Saurav Limbu is enrolled into Plastic Electronics Centre Doctoral Training (PE-CDT) programme (1, 3 years: MRes, PhD) since 2015, under the supervision of Prof Ji-Seon Kim. He joined Imperial College in October 2011 as an undergraduate on Physics (MSci).
His current PhD project concerns with investigating molecular morphologies of organic semiconductors to understand their impacts on opto-electronic device properties (like conductivities of organic diodes, efficiency and stability of organic solar cells).
et al., 2019, Impact of molecular conformation on triplet-fusion induced photon energy up-conversion in the absence of exothermic triplet energy transfer, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Vol:7, ISSN:2050-7526, Pages:3634-3643
Kim J-S, 2019, Impact of initial bulk-heterojunction morphology on operational stability of polymer:fullerene photovoltaic cells, Advanced Materials Interfaces, Vol:6, ISSN:2196-7350
et al., 2018, Impact of structural polymorphs on charge collection and non-geminate recombination in organic photovoltaic devices, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol:122, ISSN:1932-7447, Pages:29141-29149
et al., 2017, An efficient, "burn in" free organic solar cell employing a nonfullerene electron acceptor, Advanced Materials, Vol:29, ISSN:0935-9648
Razzell-Hollis J, Limbu S, Kim J-S, 2016, Spectroscopic investigations of three-phase morphology evolution in polymer: fullerene solar cell blends, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol:120, ISSN:1932-7447, Pages:10806-10814