Novel perovskite monocrystals for photosensing
Duration: 01.01.2020 — 31.12.2022
On the project
The proposed project focuses on the investigation of novel high-stable monocrystalline perovskites for photosensing in ultraviolet, visible and alternatively in infrared region of electromagnetic radiation. Therefore the research will be targeted to explore a new type of leadhalide perovskite single crystals like “core-shell” type of crystal and doped standard type of monocrystals. The ability of sensing of as-prepared monocrystals will be characterized by method of temperature-modulated space-charge-limited currents, which enables us to analyse the density of charge carrier traps in bandgap of measured materials. The influence of different crystal diameters and different biases and/or frequencies applied on measured responses will be studied as well. At the end of the project, monocrystalline perovskites with higher long-term stability for photodetectors with sensing at low radiation intensities will be suggested.
perovskite single crystals, photodetectors
Pospíšil Jan, Ing., Ph.D. - principal person responsible
Materials Research Centre
- (2019-04-08 - not assigned)
Czech Science Foundation - Juniorské granty
- whole funder (2020-02-19 - 2022-12-31)
SHEKARGOFTAR, M.; POSPÍŠIL, J.; DUGÁČEK, J.; WEITER, M.; HOMOLA, T. Surface Property Tuning of Methylammonium Lead Iodide by Plasma for Use in Planar Perovskite Solar Cells. ACS OMEGA, 2020, vol. 5, no. 29, p. 18384-18390. ISSN: 2470-1343.