Integrated Multifunctional Stretchable Nanofibers for Novel Energy Applications
Technical Report,28 May 2015,27 May 2018
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE United States
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Fiber-based electronics is an emerging research field and attracting considerable attention in materials, medical, and engineering communities due to their great potential of being woven into smart electronic textiles for future wearable devices and combat-related missions of soldiers. In the Taiwanese Nanoscience Program, the Jen group is responsible for developing proper charge-transporting layers CTLs for the fiber-based target electronics, providing expertise in interfacial engineering, and applying them to polymer and hybrid perovskite solar cells. In this program, we have developed novel low temperature solution processable CTLs and interface materials to facilitate the fabrication of high-performance and stable perovskite solar cells PVSCs. Now, efforts have been extended to develop crosslinkable CTLs and non-fullerene acceptors for wide bandgap polymers, and to develop passivation methods based on graded fullerene heterojunction in low bandgap Pb-Sn binary PVSCs for fiber-based electronic applications.
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