Über den Autor
Both editors have extensive research experience in materials chemistry, materials physics, nano science and technology, solar cells, etc. Both editors have previous experience in editing book/book chapters.
Chapter 1 Design, Fabrication and Modification of Cost-Effective Nanostructured TiO2 for Solar Energy Applications.- Chapter 2 Nanostructured Nitrogen-doping TiO2 Nanomaterials for Photoanodes of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.- Chapter 3 Low-cost Pt-free counter electrode catalysts in dye-sensitized solar cells.- Chapter 4 Quantum Dot Sensitized Solar Cells.- Chapter 5 The Renaissance of Iron Pyrite Photovoltaics: Progress, Challenges and Perspectives.- Chapter 6 High-Performance Bulk-Heterojunction Polymer Solar Cells.- Chapter 7 Indium Tin Oxide-free Polymer Solar Cells: Toward Commercial Reality.- Chapter 8 Low-Cost Fabrication of Organic Photovoltaics and Polymer LEDs.- Chapter 9 Low Cost Nanomaterials for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting.
This book will cover the most recent progress on the use of low-cost nanomaterials and development of low-cost/large scale processing techniques for greener and more efficient energy related applications, including but not limited to solar cells, energy storage, fuel cells, hydrogen generation, biofuels, etc.
Leading researchers will be invited to author chapters in the field with their expertise. Each chapter will provide general introduction to a specific topic, current status of research and development, research challenges and outlook for future direction of research.
This book aims to benefit a broad readership, from undergraduate/graduate students to researchers working on renewable energy.
Discusses the most recent progress on the use of low-cost nanomaterials and development of low-cost/large scale processing techniques for greener and more efficient energy related applications, including but not limited to solar cells, energy storage, fuel cells, hydrogen generation, biofuels etc
Provides timely overviews on current R&D status of low-cost and high performance renewable energy sources facilitated by implementation of functional nanomaterials and outlooks on the future research directions
Serves as a reference for advanced readers such as materials scientists and researchers working in the field of renewable energy