Bryon Larson

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Bryon Larson currently studies photoinduced charge carrier generation, transport, and decay dynamics in emergent thin-film and flexible PV materials, including organic semiconductors, metal-halide perovskites, and novel organometallic absorbers. In addition to spectroscopic characterization, his research includes solution-phase processing, solar cell fabrication, device physics, chemical analysis, X-ray crystallography, and material design to qualify and predict next-gen champion PV materials. His work also includes metrology solutions and scaling techniques for roll-to-roll manufacturing of photovoltaic modules. 

Research Interests

Structure property functions in emergent PV materials

Photoinduced dynamics of molecules, polymers, and coordination complexes

Roll-to-roll PV module manufacturing and metrology

Gigahertz probe spectroscopies

Crystal engineering in functional organometallic solids

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Chemistry, Centenary College of Louisiana

Bachelor, French Literature, Centenary College of Louisiana

PhD, Inorganic Chemistry, Colorado State University


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