Andrea Walther, Stephan Schmidt, Bernd Rech, Eva Unger
01.08.2020 – 30.11.2023
The design of new materials for solar cells still relies heavily on very time-consuming material screenings. A simulation-based approach is capable of classifying compounds of Perovskite type with respect to thermodynamic stability in the formation and further properties using density function theory . Likewise, the relationship between key performance indicators can be assessed from experimental data . A major challenge for the fast and reliable design of new solar energy materials is the fact that there are still significant discrepancies between the compound properties predicted by simulation and the experimental data for numerous Perovskite type materials. This motivates the development of new mathematical techniques for improved machine learning approaches targeted within this project.
Thomas Kühne, Dynamics of Condensed Matter, Universität Paderborn
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 E. Unger, L. Kegelmann, K. Suchan, D. Sörell, L. Korte, and S. Albrecht. Roadmap and roadblocks for the band gap tunability of metal halide perovskites. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 5:11401–11409, 2017.
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