Fluxim's software product was designed to simulate light-absorption in thin film solar cells (organic and inorganic) as well as charge generation, transport and recombination. In addition Setfos is used to model light-outcoupling from OLEDs and other thin film light emitting devices.
Korver Corp. was an American company with offices in California and China. Its mission was to develop high-efficiency perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells with sufficiently large area and long lifetime to be commercially manufactured.
These solar cells were planned to be significantly more efficient than typical silicon-based solar cells, with efficiency up to around 30-40% (compared to silicon-based which is 21-22%). Korver has reportedly modified the silicon material for its use as bottom solar cell, which optimized the design of the overall system, and the durability of the tandem cell. The perovskite and silicon are connected or “layered” using charge carrier transport layers.
LBNL conducts varied and extensive perovskite-based research in fields like solar cells, optoelectronics and more.
Perovskite-Info is a comprehensive portal for all things perovskite, part of the Metalgrass network of web sites It was launched in September 2015 as a perovskite news aggregator with an aim to become a hub for perovskite professionals and enthusiasts.
Various state-of-the-art laboratories and pilot production lines are jointly used for dedicated research programs which are executed in close cooperation with the solar business community.