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Law Research Group
nanomaterials and solar energy at UC Irvine
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Nanomaterials offer great potential to deliver breakthroughs in the efficiency, cost and scalability of devices that produce electricity or fuels from sunlight. Our laboratory develops solar energy conversion and storage devices built from 0D, 1D and 2D nanoscale and thin film materials, integrating materials synthesis and fundamental opto-electronic characterization with device fabrication, testing, modeling and optimization.
We're hiring students and postdocs interested in solar energy and skilled in chemistry, solid-state physics, materials science and electrical engineering.

POSTDOC POSITION AVAILABLE. Fabrication and charge transport studies of colloidal quantum dot thin films for next-generation infrared photodetectors. Demonstrated photodetector expertise is required. The ideal candidate is an experimentalist with proficiency in transport and device modeling. Apply here.