Super-resolution photoluminescence microspectroscopy of individual metal-halide perovskite nanowires: defect-induced local variation of crystal phase transition temperature

Alexander Dobrovolsky

Lund University

Dr. Alexander Dobrovolsky is a postdoctoral research fellow at Chemical Physics department at Lund University (Sweden) in the group of Prof. Ivan Scheblykin. He received his PhD in Physics from Moscow State University (Russia) in 2010. Then he was a postdoc at Linköping University (Sweden) in the division of Functional Electronic Materials. His current research activities focus on optical microscopy and spectroscopy of single nanowires and nanoparticles.


Solution-processed organometal halide perovskites are hybrid semiconductors that are of high interest for low-cost and efficient solar cells, light-emitting diodes and laser devices. Despite the rapid development of their... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Alexander Dobrovolsky (Lund University)
  2. Aboma Merdasa (Lund University)
  3. Eva Unger (Lund University)
  4. Arkady Yartsev (Lund University)
  5. Ivan Scheblykin (Lund University)

Topic Area

Optical properties of nanostructures


OS1a-A » Optical properties of nanostructures (14:30 - Wednesday, 13th September, Auditorium)

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