Dr Murad Tayebjee conducts research to understand the dynamic properties of excited states in molecular solar energy harvesting systems. In particular he uses ultrafast laser spectroscopy to understand how light and organic semiconductors interact. His overarching aim is to design spectral conversion devices which promise to circumvent the efficiency limits of conventional solar cells.
Research keywords: ultrafast spectroscopy, singlet fission, triplet energy transfer, magnetic field dependent spectroscopy, exciton dynamics
Affiliation: School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering, UNSW
Address: Tyree Energy Technology Building, UNSW, Anzac Parade, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2052