Dr. Peng Chen works on the development of new-generation low-cost and efficient photovoltaic technologies.

​His research interests include: (1) interfacial engineering for high-efficiency and stable perovskite solar cells, (2) scalable pinting technology for flexible solar cells, (3) multi-junction tandem solar cells and photovoltaic-related integrated devices.

​After getting his PhD degree in School of Chemical Engineering at UQ in 2020, Peng Chen started to work as an Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics (ACAP) Post-doctoral Fellow in AIBN under supervsion of Prof Lianzhou Wang.


​2020-2022 ACAP Fellowship

Key Publications

​J. Hou, P. Chen, A. Shukla, et al. Liquid-phase sintering of lead halide perovskites and metal-organic framework glasses. Science 2021, 374 (6567), 621-625.

P. Chen, Y. Bai, S. Wang, et al. In situ growth of 2D perovskite capping layer for stable and efficient perovskite solar cells. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2018, 28 (17), 1706923.

P. Chen, Z. Wang, S. Wang, et al. Luminescent europium-doped titania for efficiency and UV-stability enhancement of planar perovskite solar cells. Nano Energy 2020, 69, 104392.

S. Wang, P. Chen, Y. Bai, et al. New BiVO4 Dual Photoanodes with Enriched Oxygen Vacancies for Efficient Solar-Driven Water Splitting. Adv. Mater. 2018, 30 (20), 1800486.

S. Wang, P. Chen, J.-H. Yun, et al. An Electrochemically Treated BiVO4 Photoanode for Efficient Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56 (29), 8500-8504.