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Dr Giulia Longo

VC Fellow

Department: Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

Giulia Longo

I am conducting a multidisciplinary research, that spans between chemistry, physics and material science

My research interests focus in the development of new materials for optoelectronic applications. In particular, I am interested in the study of new perovskite-inspired materials for photovoltaic technologies, such as double-perovskite, vacancy-ordered perovskites and chalcogenide perovskite. 

I am developing new synthetic approaches for new materials, such as nanoparticle preparation, mechanochemical synthesis or solvothermal technique, as well as characterising the optoelectronic properties of photovoltaic materials. 

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Chalcogenide perovskites for photovoltaics: current status and prospects, Tiwari, D., Hutter, O., Longo, G. 1 Jul 2021, In: Journal of Physics: Energy
  • Charge-Carrier Mobility and Localization in Semiconducting Cu2AgBiI6 for Photovoltaic Applications, Buizza, L., Wright, A., Longo, G., Sansom, H., Xia, C., Rosseinsky, M., Johnston, M., Snaith, H., Herz, L. 14 May 2021, In: ACS Energy Letters
  • Crystallographic, Optical, and Electronic Properties of the Cs2AgBi1–xInxBr6 Double Perovskite: Understanding the Fundamental Photovoltaic Efficiency Challenges, Schade, L., Mahesh, S., Volonakis, G., Zacharias, M., Wenger, B., Schmidt, F., Kesava, S., Prabhakaran, D., Abdi-Jalebi, M., Lenz, M., Giustino, F., Longo, G., Radaelli, P., Snaith, H. 12 Mar 2021, In: ACS Energy Letters
  • Highly Absorbing Lead-Free Semiconductor Cu2AgBiI6for Photovoltaic Applications from the Quaternary CuI-AgI-BiI3Phase Space, Sansom, H., Longo, G., Wright, A., Buizza, L., Mahesh, S., Wenger, B., Zanella, M., Abdi-Jalebi, M., Pitcher, M., Dyer, M., Manning, T., Friend, R., Herz, L., Snaith, H., Claridge, J., Rosseinsky, M. 17 Mar 2021, In: Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • Ultrafast Excited-State Localization in Cs2AgBiBr6 Double Perovskite, Wright, A., Buizza, L., Savill, K., Longo, G., Snaith, H., Johnston, M., Herz, L. 8 Apr 2021, In: The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
  • Understanding the Performance-Limiting Factors of Cs2AgBiBr6 Double-Perovskite Solar Cells, Longo, G., Mahesh, S., Buizza, L., Wright, A., Ramadan, A., Abdi-Jalebi, M., Nayak, P., Herz, L., Snaith, H. 10 Jul 2020, In: ACS Energy Letters
  • Fully Vacuum-Processed Wide Band Gap Mixed-Halide Perovskite Solar Cells, Longo, G., Momblona, C., La-Placa, M., Gil-Escrig, L., Sessolo, M., Bolink, H. 12 Jan 2018, In: ACS Energy Letters
  • Luminescent copper(i) complexes with bisphosphane and halogen-substituted 2,2′-bipyridine ligands, Keller, S., Prescimone, A., Bolink, H., Sessolo, M., Longo, G., Martínez-Sarti, L., Junquera-Hernández, J., Constable, E., Ortí, E., Housecroft, C. 28 Oct 2018, In: Dalton Transactions
  • Origin of the Enhanced Photoluminescence Quantum Yield in MAPbBr3 Perovskite with Reduced Crystal Size, Droseros, N., Longo, G., Brauer, J., Sessolo, M., Bolink, H., Banerji, N. 8 Jun 2018, In: ACS Energy Letters
  • Effect of the precursor's stoichiometry on the optoelectronic properties of methylammonium lead bromide perovskites, Longo, G., Wong, A., Sessolo, M., Bolink, H. 1 Sep 2017, In: Journal of Luminescence

Other Courses PhD July 12 2017


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