Hybrid Halide Perovskite Solar Cells-Progress and Challenges
报告摘要：The third generation of photovoltaics has evolved various types of solar cells, each with its own challenges. Therecent perovskite fever stems from the high efficiency achieved in a short time span, hitting over some 20%. This talkwill report our recent work on perovskite solar cells by understanding the role of nanostructures, interfaces and filmmorphologies on the cell operation. The prospect of perovskite solar cells will be discussed. 报告人简介：Shihe Y ang received his B.S. in Polymer Chemistry/Physics from Sun Y at-Sen University in China and Ph.D. inPhysical Chemistry (with the Nobel Laureate Prof. Richard E. Smalley). He did post-doctoral research at Argonne NationalLaboratory and the University of Toronto (with the Nobel Laureate Prof. John C. Polanyi) before joining the faculty atThe Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, where he is currently a full professor. He is now a Qian RenProfessor and Director of Guangdong Key Lab of Nano-Micro Material Research, Shenzhen Graduate School, PekingUniversity, Shenzhen. His research interests include chemistry and physics of clusters, nanomaterials, soft matter andenergy conversion. He and co-workers made contributions to the understanding and development of cluster science,fullerenes/metallofullerenes soft materials interfaces, novel nanomaterials chemistry, new generation solar cells, solarfuels, and other energy conversion devices. His current interest is focused on solar energy nanoscience and nanotechnology.He is the author/co-author of over 520 international journal publications and ~10 patents with > 24,000 citations (h-index >82). His scientific research has been recognized by, among others, two State Natural Science Awards. He is currentlyan editorial board member of several international journals including ChemNanoMat (VCH-Wiley), SustainableEnergy (Hans Publishers), International Journal of Nanotechnology (Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.), etc.