Rik Hooijer

Rik Hooijer
PhD Student
E-Mail: rik.hooijer@cup.lmu.de

Tel: 089-2180-77617
E3.027

 

Hybrid halide perovskites have become a prodigy for emerging semiconductor materials, driven mainly by their success as high-performance photovoltaics, with CH3NH3PbI3 leading the way and competing with state-of-the-art Si, CdTe or CIGS solar cells. As a result, three-dimensional hybrid halide perovskites have been studied intensely from a fundamental point of view as well as for photovoltaic and photonic applications.
My research focuses on the next generation of hybrid halide perovskites, specifically, two-dimensional hybrid halide double perovskites based on non-toxic metals like silver and bismuth. The variety of modulation through organic cations, inorganic layers and different morphologies of crystals and thin films offers intriguing optical and physical properties.

 

Publications:

Maximilian T. Sirtl*, Melina Armer*, Lennart K. Reb, Rik Hooijer, Patrick Dörflinger, Manuel A. Scheel, Kristofer Tvingstedt, Nadja Glück, Pallavi Pandit, Stephan V. Roth, Peter Müller-Buschbaum, Vladimir Dyakonov, Thomas Bein, Optoelectronic Properties of Cs2AgBiBr6 Thin Films: The Influence of Precursor Stoichiometry ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2020 [link]