Dr Zhe Li
MPhys, PhD

 

Research Funding

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Current Funded Research Projects

QMUL-HUST Partnership: Wide-Bandgap, Thermally-Evaporated Perovskite Solar Cells

Amount: £5,000

Wide-Bandgap, Thermally-Evaporated Perovskite Solar Cells

International exchange: Environmental impacts of lead leakage from perovskite photovoltaic integrated greenhouse

Funding source: Royal Society
Start: 14-03-2022  /  End: 13-03-2024
Amount: £12,000

To understand the impact of perovskite solar modules on agricultral environments

Eco-Friendly Perovskite photovoltaic technologies-AXA Research Fellowship

Funding source: AXA research fund
Start: 01-03-2022  /  End: 01-03-2024
Amount: £100,000

Eco-Friendly Perovskite photovoltaic technologies-AXA Research Fellowship

EPSRC New Investigator Award: Stability of Organic Solar Cells Based on Non-Fullerene Acceptors

Funding source: EPSRC
Start: 24-09-2019  /  End: 31-10-2022
Amount: £500,890

This EPSRC project aims to unravel the degradation mechanisms of organic solar cells based on non-fullerene acceptors and elucidate the material and device design rules to guide the development of high performance and high stability solar cells.

Previous Funded Research Projects

QMIF: Aerosol treatment of commercial perovskite solar cells for improved efficiency and stability

Development of aerosol treatment methods to improve the performance of commercial perovskite solar cells and panels