Perovskite Solar Cells

Project Lead:

James Sinka

Team Members:

Nicole Swimline
Chris Kratzer
Andrew Loriot

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Duration:

May 2016 to March 2017

End-Life:

We were not able to surpass existing records for Perovskite cell efficiency.

Special Thanks:

N/A

Description:

Noting the nearly unprecedented growth in the efficiency of Perovskite solar cells, we embarked on a mission to develop and optimize experimental Titanium dioxide + Perovskite solar cells. ​In order to facilitate rapid experimentation, structural components were designed by team members remotely to be 3-D printed at the Construct at RIT. Because the methodology of the experiments evolved so rapidly, each component became obsolete quickly, and rapid prototyping was essential to keep up with the project's progress. ​

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