Fluorescent Quantum Dots of different size Published Journals and Book Covers Shaping the Future

Using colloidal chemistry approaches, we synthesize nanocrystals of different materials with variable sizes, shapes and compositions. We focus on infra-red emitting II-VI semiconductor nanocrystals; carbon dots, perovskite nanocrystals and metal nanoclusters emitting in the visible spectral range.

We widely apply advanced photoluminescence spectroscopy to study light emission, energy transfer and charge separation in composite structures containing those nanoparticles, and explore their different applications such as LEDs, displays, photodetectors, and batteries.

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Prof. Rogach receives prestigious international and local awards


Green perovskite LEDs become stable: A recent paper by Rogach group in collaboration with University of Shanghai, entitled " Trifluoroacetate Induced Small-Grained CsPbBr3 Perovskite Films Result in Efficient and Stable Light-Emitting Devices " has been published in Nature Communication.

This story is also highlighted by City Univerisity of Hong Kong.


Carbon dots become brighter: A recent paper by Rogach group in collaboration with Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics, entitled “Carbon Dots Produced via Space-Confined Vacuum Heating: Maintaining Efficient Luminescence in Both Dispersed and Aggregated States” is featured on the cover page of Nanoscale Horizons.

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