Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
The Particle Technology Group
Bastian Fett has been awarded the Master’s degree by the Technical University of Darmstadt and the Aalto University located in Espoo, Finland. The degree was completed in accordance with the Master’s Programme in Advanced Materials for Innovation and Sustainability (AMIS) with a major in materials science and a minor in innovation and entrepreneurship. After he finished his Master‘s thesis in the group of Prof. Mandel, he started doing a PhD within the group. His work is focused on innovative materials for tandem solar cells based on perovskites and furthermore an alternative use of those in the form of luminescent perovskite quantum dots. Although he is part of the Supraparticle Group, his work is based in the labs of the Fraunhofer ISC in Würzburg.
- Lange S., Fett B., Kabaklı Ö. S., Adner D., Kroyer T., Bogati S., Schulze P.S.C., Herbig B., Hagendorf C., Sextl G., Mandel K.
Enhancement of NiOx/poly-Si Contact Performance by Insertion of an Ultrathin Metallic Ni Interlayer
In: Physica Status Solidi A (2023), just accepted
- Mandel K.
In-situ crystallization of the inorganic lead-free halide double perovskite Cs2AgBiBr6 via spray-drying
In: ACS Applied Energy Materials (2023)
, Kabaklı Ö. S., Romero Sierra C. A., Schulze P. S. C., Yoon S., Herbig B., Glunz S., Goldschmidt J.C., Sextl G.,
- Yoon S.,Mandel K., Anke Weidenkaff
Sb-substituted Cs2AgBiBr6 – as much as it could be? – Influence of synthesis methods on Sb-substituiton level in Cs2AgBiBr6
In: Energy Technologies (2022)
, Frebel A., Kroisl S., Herbig B., Widenmeyer M., Balke B., Sextl G.,
- Lange S., Mandel K., Hagendorf C.
Thin film formation of wet chemically deposited NiOx and parasitic oxides at NiOx/Si interfaces during high-temperature annealing of selective contacts in perovskite/Si tandem solar cells
In: Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells (2022)
, Hähnel A., Müller A., Naumann V., Sextl G.,