My research focus is inorganic perovskites - both thin film and nanocrystal materials. I work with cesium lead halide perovskites for photovoltaic and phosphor applications. The inorganic perovskite materials should be much more thermally stable than those containing an organic cation, but the phase stability of CsPbI3, which is the best suited for photovoltaic applications, is a challenge. Through alloying and the synthesis of nanocrystals, I aim to make the inorganic perovskite materials stable in ambient conditions.
Dr Ashley Marshall
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Solar RRL Wiley solr.202000599
Chemistry of Materials American Chemical Society 32:17 (2020) 7172-7180
Science American Association for the Advancement of Science 354:6308 (2016) 92-95
Advanced Energy Materials Wiley 10:9 (2020) 1903365