Tokai University Articles
A ‘bright’ future for electronics - advances in optics
Scientists from Tokai University have developed new optical technologies that can help electronic devices using optical connections to keep up with the demand of modern technology - such as for devices to be as small as possible, but more efficient. In a multi-collaboration, the scientists presented their range of methods and prototypes for optics to be smoothly integrated into electronics.
How titanium oxide influences perovskite solar cell performance
Researchers at Tokai University report in Nano Letters a systematic study on the effects that using different forms of titanium oxide in planar perovskite solar cells has on the performance of the devices. Perovskite solar cells, with a current maximum power-conversion efficiency of 23%, hold much promise for producing photovoltaic energy through devices that are easy and inexpensive to fabricate.