News

ONE Lab's Sam Stranks receives IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Semiconductor Physics
Wed, 08/24/2016

Sam received the International Union for Pure and Applied Physics's Young Scientist Prize in Semiconductor Physics at ICPS 2016 in Beijing "for pioneering discoveries in the field of perovskite solar cells and optoelectronics through spectroscopy”.

Congratulations Sam!

ICPS 2016 news article

The Next Big Thing at MIT Will Be Very, Very Small
Tue, 08/23/2016

Vladimir and MIT.nano featured in Technology Review.

CoalMap featured in MIT News
Wed, 06/22/2016

Joel's CoalMap project is featured in MIT News, the MITEI homepage, and popular press. 

Check out the CoalMap web app and the associated MITEI Working Paper!

Our work on photo-induced healing of perovskites for solar cells highlighted in MIT News
Tue, 05/24/2016

Sam and Anna's work on photo-induced healing of defect states in perovskites is highlighted in MIT News and other popular press

Graduation: Dr. Geoffrey Supran
Fri, 04/29/2016

Congratulations to Geoffrey on successfully defending his PhD thesis on visible and infrared quantum dot LEDs!

Tata Center Student Spotlight: Richard Swartwout
Wed, 04/27/2016

ONE Lab PhD candidate and Tata Fellow Rich Swartwout is featured on the Tata Center website!

http://tatacenter.mit.edu/portfolio/scalable-design-and-manufacturing-of...

Graduation: Dr. Patrick Brown
Mon, 04/04/2016

Congratulations to Patrick on successfully defending his PhD thesis on energy level engineering in colloidal quantum dot solar cells! 

Our ultra-thin, lightweight, flexible solar cells featured in the popular press
Fri, 02/05/2016

Joel and Annie's work on ultra-thin and lightweight parylene substrates for thin-film solar cells is featured on the MIT homepage, MIT News, Popular Science, Popular MechanicsChristian Science Monitor...

Our solar PV review paper highlighted in MIT News and Energy Futures magazine
Wed, 12/16/2015

An MIT assessment of solar energy technologies concludes that today’s widely used crystalline silicon technology is efficient and reliable and could feasibly be deployed at the large scale needed to mitigate climate change by midcentury. But novel photovoltaic (PV) technologies now being developed using specially designed nanomaterials may one day provide significant advantages. They could be easier and cheaper to manufacture; they could be made into ultra-thin, lightweight, flexible solar...