Photophysics in Emerging Photovoltaics
The past few years have been exciting for emerging photovoltaic technologies, with lead halide perovskite solar cells (PSCs) and organic solar cells (OSCs) showing efficiencies reliably exceeding 25% and 18%, respectively. Yet the photophysics underpinning PSCs and OSCs are only partially uncovered, and a better understanding is necessary to achieve more efficient, and photostable, solar cells and optoelectronic devices in the future. This special issue collects the latest cutting-edge research in the photophysics of PSCs and OSCs, contributed by experts on spectroscopy, theory, device physics and materials science.
Guest Editors: Nick Jackson, Joey Luther, Brett Savoie, and Kaifeng Wu, with JCP Editors Tim Lian, Todd Martinez, Jennifer Ogilvie, David Reichman, David Sherrill, Emily Weiss, Xiaoyang Zhu