- Research Grants
Rodrigo Szostak in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Photovoltaic solar energy is an important alternative for the diversification of the energy matrix and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The market is dominated by silicon solar cells that has decades of study, modest efficiency and stability. However, in the last four years, perovskite solar cells have drawn attention from the scientific community and the photovoltaic industry. Pe...
The energy demand has been increasing substantially during the last years due to the growing population and big electricity dependency. The photovoltaic solar energy is a renewable source and promising to supply the global energy needs. Since 2009, perovskites of the type CH3NH3PbX3(X=Cl, Br ou I) have been used in solar cells due to their optimal performance, which is overcoming curren...
The photovoltaic research was dramatically changed in the last years by the emerge of the perovskite solar cells. The efficiency of this type of solar cells increased in a fast rate and the currently record (23.3%) have placed this kind of device in competition with others well-established photovoltaic technologies, such as silicon and thin-film. Despite the high efficiency, many aspect...
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SZOSTAK, Rodrigo. Células solares híbridas baseadas em perovskitas. 2016. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Química. Universidade Estadual de Campinas.