I-17 – Mesoscopic Solar Cells


Organizers: Aldo Di Carlo (CHOSE - University of Rome “Tor Vergata”); Shaik Mohammed Zakeeruddin (EPFL, Lausanne).

Emmanuelle Deleporte

CNS Cachan, Universite Paris-Saclay, France

Emmanuelle DELEPORTE is full professor at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (ENS Cachan) since 2002, her research activities are performed in Aimé Cotton Laboratory. From 1992 to 2002, she was assistant professor at the Physics Department of Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, where she gained strong experience in optical properties of semiconducting heterostructures: semimagnetic quantum wells such as CdTe/(Cd,Mn)Te, wide band gap semiconductors such as GaN, InAs/GaAs quantum dots, using continuous-wave and time-resolved photoluminescence, as well as magneto-spectroscopy and far-infrared spectroscopy. In 2005, she founded her own research team at ENS Cachan: “Optical properties of hybrid nanostructures”. With experimental setups such as continuous –wave, time-resolved and micro-photoluminescence, pump-probe spectroscopy, the team studies the excitonic effects and the electronic relaxation dynamics in two kinds of hybrid materials: the hybrid perovskites and the carbon nanotubes surrounded by porphyrin molecules. In particular, the team addresses the issue of the energy transfer between the two components of these systems in the context of photovoltaïc technologies and introduces these materials in devices such as vertical microcavities in order to study the light-matter interaction in the context of the polariton lasers and the single photon sources. E. Deleporte is co-author of numerous papers about hybrid perovskites and is the head of the French research network on hybrid perovskites.