The research activities of the HyMaD group are directed to the development of hybrid organic-inorganic materials and their implementation in thin-film devices, such as solar cells, photodetectors or lasers. The group mainly focuses on the material synthesis and their extensive characterization.
Organic-inorganic 2D layered perovskites
Over the past years, the HyMaD group has mainly developed novel organic-inorganic 2D layered perovskite materials. These materials have demonstrated to be highly stable, but lack the high efficiencies of their 3D counterparts. The goal of our research is to develop highly stable materials with unique and tunable properties, which can be applied in electronic devices.
Organic-inorganic 1D and 0D hybrids
Another research line of the HyMaD group is 1D and 0D organic-inorganic hybrids. One of the advantages of the low dimensional hybrids over their 3D counterparts is their greater structural flexibility towards the incorporation of bigger, more complex, organic cations. The goal of this research is to obtain materials with tunable electronic, absorption and emission properties, which can be applied in electronic devices.