My work aims at revealing structure-function-performance relationships in organic solar cells. I apply All-Small-Molecule blends, which I either cast from solution or evaporate in vacuum. These molecules are well-suited for industrial purposes as their synthesis is simpler and more reproducible than that of polymers. I characterize my samples with different optoelectronic device measurements and link these properties to the device performance, film microstructure and the blend phase diagram.
Previously, I was part of the START project  in the AFMD group, which involved close collaboration with Africa-based researchers. As of now, I hold an independent EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellowship . I am also a David Clarke Fellow, which brings together early career researchers in energy with mentors from industry.
A summary of my publications can be found here: