Directed assembly and photoelectric properties of core-shell nanowire networks of PbSe-TiO2 heterostructures for high efficiency low-cost solar cells [ 2010 - 2012 ]

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Researchers Dr J Kim; Dr Y Zhao; Dr X Zhu; Mr Z Sun; Prof Y Kang; Prof Dr G Ramanath

Brief description The proposed program is aimed at studying numerous fundamental properties and phenomena of photoelectrochemical cells that have an important impact on environmentally friendly solutions to energy problems. Specifically, solar cells have a significant role in energy markets and in lessening CO2 emissions and other environmental impacts. Solar cell technology, coupled with renewable energy sources, has the potential to provide a long-term solution to the energy crisis and the global warming threat. In addition, the strong team to be assembled will reach a leading position in this area of cutting edge technology. The outcomes will benefit Australian industries.

Funding Amount $300,182

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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