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Dr. Peng Chen works on the development of new-generation low-cost and efficient photovoltaic technologies.

His research interests include: (1) interfacial and compositional engineering for efficiency and stability improvement of perovskite solar cells, (2) scalable printing techniques for flexible perovskite thin-film and quantum-dot solar cells, and (3) multi-junction tandem solar cells and photovoltaic-related integrated devices.

After getting his PhD degree in School of Chemical Engineering of The University of Queensland at 2020, Peng Chen started to work as a postdoctoral fellow in Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) under the supervision of Professor Lianzhou Wang.

Key Publications:

P. Chen, Z. Wang, S. Wang, M. Lyu, M. Hao, M. Ghasemi, M. Xiao, J.-H. Yun, Y. Bai, L. Wang, Luminescent europium-doped titania for efficiency and UV-stability enhancement of planar perovskite solar cells, Nano Energy, 2020, 69, 104392.

P. Chen, Y. Bai, S. Wang, M. Lyu, J.-H. Yun, L. Wang, In situ growth of 2D perovskite capping layer for stable and efficient perovskite solar cells, Advanced Functional Materials, 2018, 28, 1706923.

P. Chen, Y. Bai, M. Lyu, J.-H. Yun, M. Hao, L. Wang, Progress and perspective in low-dimensional metal halide perovskites for optoelectronic applications, Solar RRL, 2018, 2, 1700186.

S. Wang, P. Chen, Y. Bai, J.-H. Yun, G. Liu, L. Wang, New BiVO4 dual photoanodes with enriched oxygen vacancies for efficient solar-driven water splitting, Advanced Materials, 2018, 30, 1800486.

S. Wang, P. Chen, J.-H. Yun, Y. Hu, L. Wang, An electrochemically treated BiVO4 photoanode for efficient photoelectrochemical water splitting, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2017, 56, 8500.