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Juliane Borchert

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Phone: +4976145885475
E-mail: juliane.borchert@inatech.uni-freiburg.de
URL: https://borchertlab.com/

Research Topics
The research of my junior research group focuses on metal halide perovskites and their utilisation in solar cells. They are a promising material group for the development of a next generation of highly efficient, bendable, and affordable solar cells. We develop these materials to make an important contribution to the green, climate neutral energy future. Reliable fabrication of uniform thin-films is crucial to be able to build efficient optoelectronic devices. We study the growth mechanisms during vacuum deposition to be able to understand and control them.

Short Biography
Dr Juliane Borchert is the head of the junior research group “Optoelectronic Thin Film Materials” at the University of Freiburg as well as the head of  the research group “Novel Solar Cell Concepts” at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems. She studied physics in Berlin, Groningen, and Halle (Saale). Her PhD research was conducted at the University of Oxford where she focused on co-evaporated perovskites for solar cells. She continued this research as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge and AMOLF research institute in Amsterdam. Now she leads a team of researchers and technicians who are on a mission to develop the next generation of solar cells combining novel metal-halide perovskite semiconductors and established silicon technology into highly efficient tandem solar cells.

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