Dispositif electronique

(Opto)electronic devices (OLED, OPV, DSSC and Perovskite)

To meet the performance challenges of intelligent energy capture and conversion systems, Materia Nova offers a multidisciplinary approach that enables:

- The in-depth study of organic and hybrid semiconductor materials for energy capture and conversion.

- The study of the morphological, electrical, electronic, spectroscopic, optical and transport properties of organic (semi)-conductive and hybrid thin-film materials.

- The targeting of new emerging materials with specific electronic and optical properties: non-fullerene acceptors (NFA), delayed fluorescence emitters (TADF...).

- The manufacture of devices based on organic or hybrid semiconductors for the production or capture of light (OLED, OPV, DSSC, Perovskite).

- Harmonious integration in interior and exterior applications (buildings, cars ...).

- The development of improved characterization and modelling methods to better understand degradation pathways and predict lifetime mechanisms, producing stable and highly efficient perovskite PV architectures/modules, while optimizing constituent materials, cell architecture, interfaces, inter-cell interconnections, environmental conditions

Our strengths

  • Joint theory/experience approach.
  • Multi-scale modelling of optoelectronic materials and processes.
  • Thin film deposition of materials and in-depth, multi-scale characterization (link to the characterization platform).
  • Device manufacturing and performance characterization.