Hooman Mehdizadeh Rad

Mr, PhD Candidate

20162019

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Hooman Mehdizadeh-Rad is PhD student in the College of Engineering, IT and Environment, specialising in designing solar cells. His research areas focus on overcoming the limitations of efficiency and stability of organic and perovskite solar cells by simulating and investigating the recombination centres in these types of solar cells. Moreover, Hooman has set up the solar cell lab, and he has fabricated the first NT organic solar cell in 2018 in Charles Darwin University. Now, he is actively fabricating organic solar cells and teaching the fabrication processes to students in Charles Darwin University. Hooman holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, and he has been successful in publishing six papers in high prestigious peer-reviewed international journals during his M.Sc. and PhD. Recently, he has awarded a significant prize in HOPV19 conference held in Rome, Italy for his research about study of diffusion length of charge carriers in perovskite solar cells.

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  • Influence of interfacial traps on the operating temperature of perovskite solar cells

    Mehdizadeh-Rad, H. & Singh, J., 26 Aug 2019, In : Materials. 12, 17, p. 1-13 13 p., 2727.

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  • Simulation of perovskite solar cell temperature under reverse and forward bias conditions

    Mehdizadeh-Rad, H. & Singh, J., 21 Oct 2019, In : Journal of Applied Physics. 126, 15, p. 1-7 7 p., 153102.

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  • Profiling exciton generation and recombination in conventional and inverted bulk heterojunction organic solar cells

    Mehdizadeh Rad, H., Zhu, F. & Singh, J., 28 Aug 2018, In : Journal of Applied Physics. 124, 8, p. 1-12 12 p., 083103.

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