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Contract number
14.Y26.31.0010
Time span of the project
2017-2021

As of 15.02.2021

32
Number of staff members
82
scientific publications
6
Objects of intellectual property
General information
Name of the project: Organo-inorganic hybrid materials with integration of nanophoton structures for prospective optical devices.

Strategy for Scientific and Technological Development Priority Level: а

Goals and objectives
Research directions:

  • Optoelectronic and optical devices based on organic-inorganic hybrid materials
  • Nanostructures made of organic-inorganic hybrid materials
  • Nanophotonics based on hybrid perovskites

Project objective: Creation of new materials for prospective optoelectronic and optical devices based on a combination of advantages organo-inorganic hybrid materials and nanophotonic structures, development of highly efficient devices for nonlinear optics as well as for optoelectronics.

The practical value of the study

The main scientific results in 2021 are the enhancement of the parameters of the developed optoelectronic devices (light-emitting diodes, solar cells and bifunctional devices) both on glass and flexible substrates. The nanostructures implemented in the developed devices have demonstrated an improvement of absorption of light falling onto them from a solar light simulator, which is important for increasing the generated photocurrent, as well as for the radiative recombination velocity, which is useful for the improvement of electroluminescence. To achieve these objectives, we have synthesised organo-inorganic materials and integrated them with various resonance nanostructures made of standard semiconductors, as well as collected exhaustive data on their optical properties. The produced materials and nanostructures were optimised to an extent that allowed to achieve the induced radiation mode. The encapsulation of the produced devices has confirmed the possibility of significant extension of their operational life.

The possibility of the creation of tandem devices has been surveyed.

As a result of this work, new methods have been proposed for the creation of highly-efficient optoelectronic devices (including bifunctional and tandem devices) based on organo-inorganic materials with embedded nanostructures, which allow to efficiently control light at the nanoscale (i. e. in thin films). This will find its applications in portable light sources, self-charging displays and signs.

Education and career development:

On the grounds of the Laboratory for Hybrid Nanophotonics and Optoelectronics, case studies are conducted within the master's degree programme «Nanophotonics and metamaterials» of ITMO University. The head of the Laboratory conducts the annual international scientific School for young scientists SLALOM (https://slalom.itmo.ru/).

The Laboratory is actively engaging in the work with interns – senior-year school students, graduates of physical and mathematical schools of Saint Petersburg (Physical-Mathematical Schools Nos. 239, 30, Physico-Technical School), winners of academic competitions, participants of the «Academy of Talents» programme. We are conducting both lectures on advanced materials for thin-film and flexible electronics as well as practice and internships of school students in the Laboratory under the supervision of postgraduates master's degree students working in the Laboratory.

Employees of the Laboratory have developed a case study course in advanced optoelectronics for master's degree students within the educational programme «Quantum and hybrid materials», within which students can directly participate in the production of an experimental sample of a thin-film device – a solar cell and a light-emitting diode, as well as comprehensively characterise them.

Apart from that, the Laboratory partucipates in the project-oriented and educational activities for the bachelor's degree school of the Faculty of Physics and Technology, offering consulting on topics related to perovskites and novel materials.

Collaborations:

  • Australian National University (Australia): joint research, student exchange.
  • Far Eastern Federal University (Russia): joint research, collaborative academic events.
  • University of Rome «‎Tor Vergata» (Italy): joint research, student exchange.
  • The City University of New York (USA): student exchange, joint research.
  • Aalto University (Finland): joint research.

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Pavel Tonkaev, Sergey Anoshkin, Anatoly Pushkarev, Radu Malureanu, Mikhail Masharin, Pavel Belov, Andrei Lavrinenko, Sergey Makarov
"Acceleration of radiative recombination in quasi-2D perovskite films on hyperbolic metamaterials", Applied Physics Letters, vol. 118, pp. 091104, 2021, [DOI: 10.1063/5.0042557] [IF: 3.60, SJR: 1.34]
Georgiy Zograf, Kseniia Baryshnikova, Mihail Petrov, Sergey Makarov
"Enhanced Raman Scattering for Probing Near‐Field Distribution in All‐Dielectric Nanostructures", Advanced Photonics Research, pp. 2000139, 2021, [DOI: 10.1002/adpr.202000139]
Mikhail Masharin, Aleksander Berestennikov, Daniele Barettin, Pavel Voroshilov, Konstantin Ladutenko, Aldo Di Carlo, Sergey Makarov
"Giant Enhancement of Radiative Recombination in Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes with Plasmonic Core-Shell Nanoparticles", Nanomaterials, vol. 11, pp. 45, 2020, [DOI: 10.3390/nano11010045] [IF: 4.32, SJR: 0.86]
Dmitry Gets, Masoud Alahbakhshi, Aditya Mishra, Ross Haroldson, Alexious Papadimitratos, Artur Ishteev, Danila Saranin, Sergey Anoshkin, Anatoly Pushkarev, Eduard Danilovskiy, Sergey Makarov, Jason D. Slinker, Anvar Zakhidov
"Reconfigurable Perovskite LEC: Effects of Ionic Additives and Dual Function Devices", Advanced Optical Materials, pp. 2001715, 2020, [DOI: 10.1002/adom.202001715] [IF: 8.29, SJR: 2.75]
Grigorii Verkhogliadov, Mikhail Masharin, Dmitry Gets, Eduard Danilovskiy, Sergey Makarov, Anvar Zakhidov
"Effect of Solvent Annealing on Optical Properties of Perovskite Dualfunctional Devices", Solid State Phenomena, vol. 312, pp. 185-191, 2020, [DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/ssp.312.185] [SJR: 0.20]
Kseniia Baryshnikova, Dmitry Gets, Tatiana Liashenko, Anatoly Pushkarev, Ivan Mukhin, Yuri Kivshar, Sergey Makarov
"Broadband Antireflection with Halide Perovskite Metasurfaces", Laser & Photonics Reviews, pp. 2000338, 2020, [DOI: 10.1002/lpor.202000338] [IF: 10.66, SJR: 4.01]
Tatiana Liashenko, Anatoly Pushkarev, Arnas Naujokaitis, Vidas Pakštas, Marius Franckevičius, Anvar Zakhidov, Sergey Makarov
"Suppression of Electric Field-Induced Segregation in Sky-Blue Perovskite Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells", Nanomaterials, vol. 10, pp. 1937, 2020, [DOI: 10.3390/nano10101937] [IF: 4.32, SJR: 0.86]
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