Students of the laboratory won prizes at the conferences!

Students of the laboratory showed outstanding results at the All-Russian conference Lomonosov-2018 in the section "Fundamental Materials Science":

Bachelor students:
Andrei Tutantsev (3rd year bachelor student) - II degree diploma
Nikita Stepanov (2nd year) - III degree diploma
Alexander Sudakov (1st year) - III degree diploma

Master and PhD Students:
Aleksei Grishko (1st year PhD student) - I degree diploma
Yulia Sokolova (2nd year master student) - II degree diploma
Natalia Shlenskaya (2nd year PhD student) - II degree diploma
Elena Zharyonova (1st year master student) - III degree diploma
Pavel Rudnev (1st year master student) - III degree diploma

In addition, Yulia Sokolova was awarded the 1st degree diploma in the competition of student works at the VIII Conference of Young Scientists on General and Inorganic Chemistry, conducted during the same days by S.N. Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences. Congratulations!

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Head of the laboratory A.B. Tarasov presents a talk on perovskite photovoltaics at the forum 'COP23 Renewable Energy Day'

On November 12, an international forum dedicated to renewable energy sources 'COP23 Renewable Energy Day' took place in Bonn, held by the International Renewable Energy Agency - IRENA.

Among the invited speakers of the forum the academic community of Russia was presented the Laboratory of new materials for solar energy. Participants of the forum with great interest took the report on the prospects of perovskite solar energy and breakthrough work in this area conducted at Moscow State University.

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Head of the laboratory Alexey Tarasov with his students Nikolai Belich, Aleksei Grishko and Andrey Petrov

Three members of the laboratory graduated today as Masters in Materials Science: Nikolai Belich, Aleksei Grishko and Andrey Petrov.

Professor Michael Graetzel presents the latest results of his research goup

On May 31th Prof. Michael Graetzel participated in a scientific seminar of the laboratory. Professor Graetzel presented the latest results of his research goup. A.V. Shevelkov presented his results on iodobismuthates. Master students Nikolai Belich, Aleksei Grishko and Andrey Petrov briefly delivered their latest results on their research topics.

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Prof. Michael Graetzel, EPFL

The largest independent power company in Russia

Team members

Alexey Tarasov

Ph.D.
Head of laboratory

Eugene Goodilin

D.Sc., prof., corresponding member of RAS
Scientific advisor

Natalia Shlenskaya

3rd year Ph.D. student

Nikolai Belich

2nd year Ph.D. student

Aleksei Grishko

2nd year Ph.D. student

Andrey Petrov

2nd year Ph.D. student

Sergey Fateev

2nd year Ph.D. student

Recent publications

Solution processing of methylammonium lead iodide perovskite from gamma-butyrolactone: crystallization mediated by solvation equilibrium
Chemistry of Materials, 2018
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b01906


Solution processing of methylammonium lead iodide perovskite from gamma-butyrolactone: crystallization mediated by solvation equilibrium

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Light-induced reactivity of gold and hybrid perovskite as a new possible degradation mechanism in perovskite solar cells
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2018, 6, pp.1780-1786
DOI: 10.1039/C7TA10217H


Light-induced reactivity of gold and hybrid perovskite as a new possible degradation mechanism in perovskite solar cells

Crystal Structure of DMF-Intermediate Phases Uncovers the Link Between CH3NH3PbI3 Morphology and Precursor’s Stoichiometry
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2017, 121, pp. 20739-20743
DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b08468


Crystal Structure of DMF-Intermediate Phases Uncovers the Link Between CH3NH3PbI3 Morphology and Precursor’s Stoichiometry

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New formation strategy of hybrid perovskites via room temperature reactive polyiodide melts
Materials Horizons, 2017, 4, pp. 625-632
DOI: 10.1039/C7MH00201G


New formation strategy of hybrid perovskites via room temperature reactive polyiodide melts

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