His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Energy conversion efficiency, Polymer and Chemical engineering. His work deals with themes such as Photovoltaics, Photocurrent and Halide, which intersect with Nanotechnology. Aram Amassian is studying Band gap, which is a component of Optoelectronics.
His Energy conversion efficiency research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Solar cell, Perovskite, Crystallization and Thin film. His work in Polymer addresses issues such as Fullerene, which are connected to fields such as Acceptor. His studies deal with areas such as Electron mobility and Polymer chemistry as well as Chemical engineering.
Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Perovskite, Chemical engineering and Organic solar cell are his primary areas of study. His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Photovoltaics, Doping, Polymer and Organic semiconductor. The various areas that Aram Amassian examines in his Optoelectronics study include Transistor and Passivation.
His study in Perovskite is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both In situ, Crystallization, Energy conversion efficiency, Phase and Halide. His research investigates the link between Chemical engineering and topics such as Thin film that cross with problems in Analytical chemistry. His Organic solar cell research integrates issues from Open-circuit voltage, Acceptor and Polymer solar cell.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Perovskite, Optoelectronics, Nanotechnology, In situ and Quantum dot. His research in Perovskite intersects with topics in Photovoltaics, Inorganic chemistry, Coating and Phase. His Coating research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Crystallization and Energy conversion efficiency.
His research integrates issues of Layer, Halide, Transistor and Tandem in his study of Optoelectronics. His studies in In situ integrate themes in fields like Band gap, Thin film and Morphology. His Chemical engineering research incorporates themes from Polymer and Crystallite.
Aram Amassian mainly focuses on Perovskite, Chemical engineering, Organic solar cell, Phase and Coating. Aram Amassian combines subjects such as Photovoltaics, Solvation and In situ with his study of Perovskite. The Photovoltaics study combines topics in areas such as Crystallization, Nucleation, Inorganic chemistry, Energy conversion efficiency and Formamidinium.
His study in In situ is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Organic inorganic, Scattering, Thin film, Potassium and Morphology. His Organic solar cell research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Charge generation, Nano-, Nanotechnology and Miscibility. His study deals with a combination of Nanotechnology and Quantum yield.
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Colloidal-quantum-dot photovoltaics using atomic-ligand passivation
Jiang Tang;Kyle W. Kemp;Sjoerd H. Hoogland;Kwangseob Jeong.
Nature Materials (2011)
Hybrid passivated colloidal quantum dot solids
Alexander H. Ip;Susanna M. Thon;Sjoerd Hoogland;Oleksandr Voznyy.
Nature Nanotechnology (2012)
Ligand-Stabilized Reduced-Dimensionality Perovskites
Li Na Quan;Li Na Quan;Mingjian Yuan;Riccardo Comin;Oleksandr Voznyy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016)
Reducing the efficiency–stability–cost gap of organic photovoltaics with highly efficient and stable small molecule acceptor ternary solar cells
Derya Baran;Derya Baran;Derya Baran;Raja Shahid Ashraf;Raja Shahid Ashraf;David A. Hanifi;Maged Abdelsamie.
Nature Materials (2017)
Efficient charge generation by relaxed charge-transfer states at organic interfaces
Koen Vandewal;Steve N. Albrecht;Eric T. Hoke;Kenneth Graham.
Nature Materials (2014)
Air-stable n-type colloidal quantum dot solids
Zhijun Ning;Oleksandr Voznyy;Jun Pan;Sjoerd H. Hoogland.
Nature Materials (2014)
Hybrid organic–inorganic inks flatten the energy landscape in colloidal quantum dot solids
Mengxia Liu;Oleksandr Voznyy;Randy Sabatini;F. Pelayo García de Arquer.
Nature Materials (2017)
Stable high efficiency two-dimensional perovskite solar cells via cesium doping
Xu Zhang;Xu Zhang;Xu Zhang;Xiaodong Ren;Bin Liu;Rahim Munir.
Energy and Environmental Science (2017)
The Importance of Fullerene Percolation in the Mixed Regions of Polymer–Fullerene Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
Jonathan A. Bartelt;Zach M. Beiley;Eric T. Hoke;William R. Mateker.
Advanced Energy Materials (2013)
Reduced voltage losses yield 10% efficient fullerene free organic solar cells with >1 V open circuit voltages
Derya Baran;Derya Baran;T. Kirchartz;T. Kirchartz;Scot Wheeler;Stoichko D. Dimitrov.
Energy and Environmental Science (2016)
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