The PeroCUBE project will be one of the sponsors of the European Materials Research Society Symposium at the Warsaw University of Technology to explore the fundamental processes of perovskite nanomaterials, from synthesis, surface chemistry and optical characterisation to theoretical modelling and light emission applications.
Metal halide perovskites form a class of soft solid-state semiconductors that have, due to their extraordinary optoelectronic properties, gained renewed interest over the past decade from an ever-increasing and diverse community, ranging from world-class renown academic institutions to industry.
Ten years after their breakthrough in photovoltaics, metal halide perovskites are still the topic of intense research with an ever-growing scope. Over the years, also their remarkable light emission properties have become an intense field for research and applications on their own. Therefore, this symposium aims at providing to materials scientists an interdisciplinary platform to share state-of-the-art knowledge in the field of all-inorganic and hybrid perovskite bulk, thin film, colloidal and nanostructured emissive materials.
This Symposium aims at bringing together experimentalists and theoreticians who are investigating various fundamental processes in perovskite nanomaterials, from the synthesis, surface chemistry and optical characterization to theoretical modelling and light emitting applications. It provides a forum for discussing the latest scientific discoveries in these exciting new research areas bridging material science with optoelectronics and quantum technologies.
PeroCUBE partners involved: Claudine Katan for CNRS as main organizer of the Symposium S, Quentin Jeangros for CSEM and Ioannis Koutselas for University of Patras as scientific committee members.