About NANO@HMU group
The Nanomaterials for Emerging Devices (Nano@HMU) group, is a research unit within the Institute of Emerging Technologies of the Hellenic Mediterranean University, is dedicated to revolutionizing electronic and energy devices. With a focus on solution processable nanomaterials, the group is renowned for its ground-breaking work on interfacial engineering of perovskite and organic solar cells, achieving impressive enhancements in both performance and stability. In fact, Nano@HMU has even established its own solar testbed to evaluate photovoltaic modules and systems both indoor and outdoor. In addition, the group possesses unparalleled expertise in formulating and adjusting the optoelectronic properties of solution processable graphene and other 2D crystals, as well as their functionalization and doping for fine tuning of their energy levels and work-function.
The group coordinates the interinstitutional postgraduate programme “MSc in Nanotechnology for Energy Applications" developed in the framework of an Erasmus LLP project, with the participation of the University of Crete and the Foundation of Research & Technology and the international conference “Nanotechnologies & Bionanosciences".
Prof. Kymakis joins the Editorial Board of Discover Materials of Springer Nature.
Prof. Kymakis is an invited speaker at the online workshop Innovative Materials for Energy - IME2020, which will be held…
Prof. Kymakis will give a tutorial lecture at the 2nd School on Hybrid, Organic and Perovskite Photovoltaics (HOPE-PV2020), which will…
World’s first graphene-enabled perovskite solar farm trial up and running
Chemistry World, 1st of October 2020