This PhD Scholarship is funded by the Science for Technological Innovation National Science Challenge, a multi-million dollar Government investment whose mission is to grow a high-tech New Zealand economy via the physical sciences and engineering.
The project aims to create a new generation of hybrid organic/inorganic light-harvesting chromophores with minimal reabsorption losses for luminescent solar concentrators. This project will investigate the chemical and physical interactions between linked organic and inorganic chromophores. These systems will have a wide range of applications across optoelectronics and offer the potential to change the future energy landscape of New Zealand.
More details: https://www.victoria.ac.nz/scholarships/current/phd-scholarship-in-hybrid-organicinorganic-nanoparticles-for-luminescent-solar-concentrators