Transport at Nanoscale Interfaces

Nanoelectronics and Nano-Optics

Advanced Perovskite Photodetectors

The project aims to develop a conceptually new type of photodetector arrays based on perovskite materials for the next generation of imaging cameras. The research activities involve synthesis (thermal co-evaporation) and deposition (for solution-based materials) in the form of thin films. The activities also will include pattering, contact and charge selective/blocking layers deposition, and comprehensive characterization of the device`s optoelectronic properties. Research considers strong collaboration with industrial partners.


Collaboration with:

Kovalenko Lab - Functional Inorganic Materials, ETH Zurich

Further sources:

K. Sakhatskyi, B. Turedi, G. J. Matt, E. Wu, A. Sakhatska, V. Bartosh, M. N. Lintangpradipto, R. Naphade, I. Shorubalko, O. F. Mohammed, S. Yakunin, O. M. Bakr & M. V. Kovalenko "Stable perovskite single-crystal X-ray imaging detectors with single-photon sensitivity", Nature Photonics 17, 510–517 (2023)