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Novel Earth-Abundant, Non-Toxic, Low-Cost Solar Cells

To realize mass deployment of a PV technology in an economically viable way, the PV devices must exhibit
high efficiencies and consist of materials that are earth-abundant.
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Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Perovskite Solar Cells

Hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite solar cells have brought a wave of attention to the field of
photovoltaics as their potential to become the next-generation of solar cell devices has been
realized.


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Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting

A promising and environmental-friendly way of producing hydrogen is water photolysis, where solar energy generates
electron-hole pairs in a photocatalytic material which, in turn, reduce water into hydrogen (and oxidize it into oxygen).
The most commonly used photocatalytic material is TiO2 because of its chemical stability and high catalytic activity.
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    past EML members.
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    past research interests.
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    (Prof. Byungha Shin).
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