Solution processed metal oxide for interface layers in organic solar cells
Organic and perovskite solar cells are promising next generation photovoltaic technologies, due to their unique properties, such as light weight, flexibility and tunable color that make them suitable for various applications. In both organic and perovskite solar cells, the interface layers, i.e. hole transport layer (HTL) and electron transport layers (ETL) between the photoactive layers and the electrodes, have significant influence on the device performance. This dissertation is therefore mainly focused on the development of novel interface layers for efficient and stable organic and perovskite solar cells.