My PhD studies focus on organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and perovskite solar cells. OLEDs are used in many commercial displays, and solar cells are one of the most promising technologies for renewable energy generation. In particular, the focus was on the question of how magnetic fields affect the optical and electronic properties of devices. The goals of the studies were twofold: to understand the detailed scientific mechanism behind magnetic field effects and to improve the performance of devices in the presence of magnetic fields.
- Carbon Quantum Dot (CQD) synthesis and CQD-LED fabrication
- Investigation of Stable Magnetization States in Nano and Micro Structures Showing Vertical Magnetic Anisotropy Feature Produced by Shading Lithography Technique
- Using chiral molecules to produce spin-selective films and produce more efficient LEDs from these films.
- Construction of Perovskite/ZnS and Perovskite/SnS Nanofilm Based Wide Spectrum (UV-Vis-NIR) Flexible Photodetectors and the Effect of Perovskite Structures on Performance
- Research and Development (R&D) Studies for Radiation Resistant, Fast and High Resolution Particle Detectors