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Photonic Hybrid Microbead Paper Published

August 9, 2023

Photonic crystal microbeads as prepared by members of our lab

Victoria's collaborative effort with Christian and Prof. Kéna-Cohen of the Light-Matter Group at Polytechnique Montréal together with former undergrads in our group, Sollavi Chengadu, Cristina Pomilio (now working on redox flow batteries!), and Meera Ganesh has been published in the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Chemical Communications. We describe the enhancement of the optoelectronic properties of perovskite nanocrystals in a photonic matrix, an effect that could be used to design more efficient solar energy capture and conversion devices. Victoria has also received and is supported by a B2X doctoral scholarship from the Fonds de Recherche du Québec. Congratulations to all!

Read this most recent work from our group at Chemical Communications.

An open-access preprint of the work is also available at ChemRxiv.

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