The University of Melbourne
Title of MSc: so-gel processing of perovskite films for solar cells
Supervisor: Paul Mulvaney
Xuying is a postgraduate student at the University of Melbourne currently undertaking a master's degree with Professor Paul Mulvaney. Her research aims to make small band gap perovskite thin films for solar cells with sol-gel process and figure out how multi-ferroelectric materials separate charges when shine light on them. She will also do chemical and physical analysis of perovskite films. She hopes to make nice films with small band gap and high power conversion efficiency and finally fabricate nice solar cells with the films.
Qualifications: BSc, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China (2013)
Research theme: Sol-gel processing of perovskite thin films for solar cells.