An ion-beam surface sputtering approach to the quest for lead-free metalhalide perovskite for solar cells; Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research B 434, 102 - 108 (2018).
Metal halide perovskites have been the subject of intense theoretical and experimental research in recent years,due to their huge potential over their silicon-based counterparts for tunable optoelectronic applications in high-tech device innovation. The current best perovskite for solar cell applications, with a power conversion efficiency of 22%, methylammonium lead iodide (CH3NH3PbI3), is...
Published at Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B
Pages 102 - 108
Published in 2018
O. E. Oyewande and A. Akinpelu
Oyewande Oluwole » Dr Oluwole Oyewande obtained his bachelor and master of science degrees from the University of Ibadan. He was awarded a scholarship of the Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics for the 2001-2002 advanced postgraduate diploma in condensed matter physics. After successfully completing the intense training program, he was appointed as a research assistant (Wissenschaeftlicher... view full profile
Time evolution of damage under variable ranges of load transfer; Physical Review E 68, 0261161 (2003).
Propagation of ripples in Monte Carlo models of sputter-induced surface morphology; Physical Review B 71, 195405 (2005).
Morphological regions and oblique-incidence dot formation in a model of surface sputtering; Physical Review B 73, 115434 (2006).
Numerical analysis of quantum dots on off-normal incidence ion sputtered surfaces; Physical Review B 75, 155325 (2007).
The Hausdorff chirality measure and a proposed Hausdorff structure measure; Molecular Physics 107, 281 (2009).
A Unified Spatio-Temporal Framework of the Cuerno—Barabasi Stochastic Continuum Model of Surface Sputtering; Communications in Theoretical Physics 58, 165 (2012).