21) Devolopment of new inorganic-organic hybrid materials for perovskite solar cells
Supervisor: Janusz Lewiński
Rashmi Runjhun received her dual degree BS-MS in Physics from Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Pune, India in 2014. During her graduate studies, she was awarded the prestigious Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) fellowship from Department of Science and Technology India for a period of five years. For her Master’s thesis, she worked in the field of Nanoscience, where her research was dedicated on the synthesis and characterization of transparent and conducting thin films using nanomaterials such as Graphene oxide and Gold nanowires. After completing her BS-MS, she joined Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur as a Project Associate. At IIT Kanpur, her research work was focused on the device fabrication of thin film organic solar cells using new fullerene derived acceptors. In May 2017, she joined Professor Lewinski’s group under the NaMeS program, where she is currently working on the development of new hybrid organic-inorganic materials for perovskite solar cells.
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