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Energy and Environment Segawa Laboratory

Department of Multi-Disciplinary Sciences,
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Research on the next-generation photovoltaics with high efficiency

In our laboratory, next-generation high-performance photovoltaics using organometalhalide perovskite have been investigated. Various basic researches on the new materials will open the door of frontier science and bring the future photoenergy conversion technology. Organic-inorganic hybrid solar cells, dye-sensitized solar cells, quantum dot solar cells, and energy storable solar cells have also been developed.

solar cell
Dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC)
Smart phone charger
Smart phone charger using energy storable solar cells

Member

  • Hiroshi SEGAWA
  • Specialized field:Solar power generation, Perovskite solar cells, Hybrid solar cells
<As of May 2019>

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