Dr The Duong

Research Fellow
College of Engineering & Computer Science

Areas of expertise

  • Electrical And Electronic Engineering 0906
  • Materials Engineering 0912

Research interests

perovskite solar cell, perovskite-silicon tandem


The Duong completed his BS degree in Electrical Engineering in Oregon, United States. He worked for Intel for three years as Process/Equipment Engineer. He started his PhD in Engineer at Australian National Univeristy in 2014 and submitted his thesis in 2017. The Duong has been focusing on the development of high efficiency perovskite-silicon tandem systems. He has achieved the highest efficiency of 26.4% for the tandem system, which has been highlighted in many media and news.

Researcher's projects

  • High efficiency perovskite-silicon tandem
  • Improve stability of perovskite solar cells


Projects and Grants

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