Fuzhi Huang

Perovskite & Organic devices


Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China




Email: fuzhi.huang@whut.edu.cn


Prof Fuzhi Huang is a professor in State Key Lab of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology and Director of Lab of Optoelectronic Materials and Devices, Foshan Xianhu Laboratory of the Advanced Energy Science and Technology Guangdong Laboratory. Current research focuses on low-cost photovoltaics technology, especially on the scaling up perovskite solar cells. He has published over 150 peer-reviewed papers, including Science, Nature, Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, Energy & Environmental Science, etc., with the citation over 10,000. 

Abstract for Presentation

Fabrication of Large-area Perovskite Solar Cells


Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have drawn great attention due to their excellent photoelectric properties, high power conversion efficiency (PCE) and low manufactory cost. Although efficiencies have reached above 25%,[1] the scalable fabrication of large area high-efficiency and stable perovskite solar modules is still the major obstacle for their commercialization. The challenge is to fabricate large-area high-quality dense perovskite films. Since the nucleation and crystal growth behaviors of the perovskite is undesignable and hard to control, it is generally to achieve a porous film with dendrites. Here, we have tried to fabricate large-area high-quality perovskite films by various approaches, from lab-scale spin-coating to scalable coating methods, including two-step blading and one step slot-die coating. With study on the nucleation and crystal growth of perovskites, efficient mini-module with efficiency above 20% is achieved.[2] 


[1] https://www.nrel.gov/pv/cell-efficiency.html, accessed on May 18th, 2022.

[2] T. Bu, J. Li, H. Li, C. Tian, J. Su, G. Tong, L. K. One, C. Wang, Z. Lin, N. Chai, X.-L. Zhang, J. Chang, J. Lu, J. Zhong, W. Huang, Y. Qi, Y.-B. Cheng and F. Huang*, Science, 372 (2021) 1327.