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Kenneth Marshall

I studied at the University of Warwick from 2009-2013 where I graduated with an MChem. My MChem project was with Adrian Chaplin on organometallic pincer complexes. I have also done summer work with Richard Walton on hydrothermal synthesis, and Andrew Dove on polycarbonate ring-opening polymerization. I am now studying for a PhD with Ross Hatton and Richard Walton, where my current project is in the field of Perovskite Photovoltaics.

I am working on the use of tin perovskites in photovoltaic devices. We have published work on the use of CsSnI3 in planar heterojunction architecute in conjunction with fullerene electron transport layers, and the effect of different additives on CsSnI3.

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Enhanced stability and efficiency in hole-transport-layer-free CsSnI3 perovskite photovoltaics (2016)

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Tin perovskite/ fullerene planar layer photovoltaics: improving the efficiency and stability in lead-free devices (2015)

Email: k.marshall@warwick.ac.uk