Dr Joe Briscoe

Dr Joe Briscoe Queen Mary University of London

Title: Methylammonium lead triiodide photovoltaic devices produced using scalable aerosol-assisted chemical vapour depositionBiography

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Biography

Dr Briscoe is a Lecturer in Functional Materials in the School of Engineering and Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London. He has expertise in the low-cost, solution-based synthesis of a range of nanostructured functional materials, and their use in a variety of sustainable energy devices, including photovoltaics, piezoelectric energy harvesters, and photo(electro)catalysis. Dr Briscoe’s current research is focussed on investigating a range of new materials, structures and material combinations for use in nanostructured, low-cost devices. This includes earth-abundant and biomass-derived (renewable) materials, oxide-based devices, hybrid organic-inorganic lead-halide perovskites and dye-sensitised solar cells (DSSC). He is also continuing to develop ZnO nanorod-based energy harvesters (nanogenerators) including exploring commercial applications

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