Kanming Shi, Chinese
I have a bachelor’s degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the Southern University of Science and Technology in China. And I have a master’s degree in Applied Physics from the University of Technology of Troyes in France. My bachelor and master’s works focus on the perovskite and quantum dots optoelectronic devices including the perovskite LEDs, photodetectors, and up-conversion devices.
My PhD project focuses on studies of the dynamical nature of low-dimensional hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites, with a view to their application in next-generation solar cells and LEDs technology. The aim is to understand how the dynamics affect the photoluminescent properties and, ultimately, to develop design criteria for new, more efficient materials. The primary tools to this end involve the use of a broad range of neutron scattering techniques, especially inelastic and quasielastic neutron scattering methods.
|University: Chalmers University of Technology
Project Title: Neutron Scattering Studies of Organic Cation Dynamics in Low-
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