Over my research career, I gained a multidisciplinary expertise and broad technical experience in the fields of physics, materials science, electrical engineering and chemistry with a primary interest in the device engineering of organic/ inorganic electronics. The overarching themes of my research are in: (1) materials processing, device fabrication (spin-coating, vapor-assisted, vacuum, encapsulation, etc.) and characterization (structural, optical and electrical), (2) device physics (impedance/ admittance spectroscopy, PL-spectroscopy, SCLC, etc.), and (3) probing the structure-property-performance relationships of different materials, thin films and devices. As a senior research scientist in SkolTech, my role is to fabricate highly efficient (> 20 % PCE) and stable perovskite solar cells via interface engineering approaches.
Master of Science