Our current research focuses on the design and fabrication of laser power conventer, physical unclonable function and perovskite X-ray detectors.
The final mission of our group is to design and develop new type photoelectronic devices with low cost and superior performance to serve our country and society. Achieving the ‘Holy Grail” requires the synthesis of novel material, deep understanding of the material photoelectronic properties, smart design of device structure, careful optimization of recipe. Therefore, we proactively collaborated with experts from different fields including chemistry, physics and engineering.
1. Zhang, G., Y. Zheng, Y. Shi, X. Ma, M. Sun, T. Li, B. Yang and Y. Shao (2022). "Improving the Performance of Perovskite Solar Cells with Insulating Additive-Modified Hole Transport Layers." ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 14(9): 11500-11508.
3. Chen, L., H. Wang, W. Zhang, F. Li, Z. Wang, X. Wang, Y. Shao and J. Shao (2022). "Surface Passivation of MAPbBr(3) Perovskite Single Crystals to Suppress Ion Migration and Enhance Photoelectronic Performance." ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 14(8): 10917-10926.
4. Ding, G., Y. Zheng, X. Xiao, H. Cheng, G. Zhang, Y. Shi and Y. Shao (2022). "Sustainable development of perovskite solar cells: keeping a balance between toxicity and efficiency." Journal of Materials Chemistry A 10(15): 8159-8171.
In the deep sea, traditional energy transfer using cable is limited. For powering Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV), laser wireless energy transfer appears to be a promising technology. This system is mainly consisting of a laser, a transmission medium, and an Laser power converter (LPC). The LPC is a device that converts the laser energy into electricity, like a solar cell, except that the incident light becomes a laser. However, the change in the incident light spectrum makes everything different. Basically, the LPC and laser need to match the transmission medium to obtain optimal efficiency. So, we need to design an LPC considering all the factors for the underwater condition. For that aim, our job is to design, fabricate, test, and package an LPC for underwater application and explore the highest possible energy transfer efficiency.