The department is developing core materials of solar cells, secondary batteries, and fuel cells and improving their performance, and developing independent energy sources in connection with energy generation/storage convergence to cope with climate change and address future energy problems.
Optical/electric integrated convergence devices (solar cell/secondary battery), Optical/thermal integrated convergence devices (solar cell/thermoelectric module), P2X connected with recycled energy (solar cell/water electrolysis)
Efficient, stavle and scalable perovskite solar cells using ploy(3-hexythiophene)
ARTICLES A fluorene-terminated hole-transporting material for highy effcient and stable perovskite solar cells
Energy & Environmental Science COMMUNICATION Record-effciency flexible perovskite solar cell and module enabled a porous-planar structure as an electron layer!
Roll-to-roo gravure-printed flexible perovskite solar cells using eco-friendly antisolvent bathing with wide processint window
Development of technology for electrode materials for lithium-sulfur battery
ADVANCED SCIENCE POSTER
Materials and Device Constuctuions for Aqueous Lithium-Sulfur Batteries
Development of technology for core materials for solid battery
ADVANCED ENERGY MATERIALS POSTER
ADVANCED ENERGY MATERIALS Development of large-area organic solar cells
ADVANCED ENERGY MATERIALS Development of high-performance photoactive/interlayer core materials
Materials Chemistry A thesis
APPLIED MATERIALS & INTEAFACES ETL POSTER
APPLIED MATERIALS & INTEAFACES HTL POSTER