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Wen Liu

As an Application Engineering Intern this summer, Wen Liu has added great value to the team by utilizing her unique experience in solution-processible solar cells on flexible substrates, combined with the PulseForge® lift-off technique, towards fabrication of ultrathin and lightweight photovoltaics which are ideal for space and stratospheric applications. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. at the Chemical Engineering department of University of Texas at Austin. Wen’s research focuses on nanocrystal synthesis and optoelectronic devices. Dedicating her academic pursuit to making efficient and flexible solar cells for ubiquitous applications, she steadily develops expertise in nanomaterial characterizations, thin-film deposition techniques as well as flexible electronics fabrication. Wen received her B.E. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, where she also worked as undergraduate research assistant on non-precious-metal-based electrocatalyst for hydrogen evolution reaction.
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PulseForge® tools enabling production of perovskite solar cells

Aug 11, 2020 2:08:18 PM / by Wen Liu posted in Photonic Curing, Perovskite Solar Cells


Perovskites are a group of organometallic/all-inorganic halides with chemical formula ABX3 in perovskite crystal structure1. Considered as a next-generation photovoltaic (PV) material, they combine strong light absorption with superior carrier transport2 and tunable bandgaps3.

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