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Personal page Nikolaos Felekidis

I received my bachelor degree in Electrical and Computers in 2009 from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. My specialization is in micro-processors and robotic applications.

I obtained my Master degree in Biomedical Engineering from Linköping University, Sweden in 2012.
In 2014 I was offered a position as a PhD student in the ”Complex Materials and Devices” group of the Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM) department of Linköping University. My supervisor is Professor Martijn Kemerink. I will be studying injection, motion and recombination mechanisms in OPV in the frameset of different characteristic material parameters. 

Specific projects

- Study of charge carrier dissociation efficiency

The internal quantum efficiency (IQE) is simulated and studied with respect to different parameters such as initial delocalization of the e-h pair, energetic disorder and device morphology. 

Figure 1. IQE simulations with respect to excitation energy and CT delocalization


- Simulation of ternary OPV

The tunability of the open circuit voltage (Voc) via the control of the D:D or A:A ratio is simulated. Simulation data are used to fit experimental data for ternary bulk heterojunction organic solar cells. Implementation of a simple optics models allows asseesment of the PCE and proposed design rules for DDA ternary OPV.

Link to paper

Figure 2. Optimal fraction and corresponding PCE for DDA variable HOMO ternaries

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Last updated: 12/07/15