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Duke has built an active interdisciplinary research community committed to research into new energy materials aimed at providing clean, sustainable and abundant energy for humanity.
Our approach to the development of energy materials solutions is to couple basic chemistry and materials design into high-performance prototypes of new devices and applications.
A community committed to research into new energy materials aimed at providing clean, sustainable and abundant energy for humanity
Ongoing interests include research into the design of targeted compounds for energy application, high-performance photovoltaic and optoelectronic devices and superconductivity.
Current research includes pioneering efforts in hybrid, organic-inorganic perovskites–one of the most exciting directions in prospective low-cost high-performance photovoltaic materials and LED devices.
Centers and Laboratories
- Delaire Group—Atomic Dynamics in Energy Materials
- Duke University Energy Initiative
- Energy Materials Working Group
- Energy Technology and Thermodynamics Group
- HybriD3—Design, Discovery and Dissemination (D3) of new crystalline organic-inorganic hybrid semiconductors