Leader of Young Investigator Group Hybrid Materials Formation and Scaling, HZB
Role in the project : Project Coordinator, leader of Task JRA1.1, contact person for VIPERLAB’s virtual infrastructure “Perovskite Database”
Dr. Eva Unger is a Young Investigator Group Leader at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (Germany), affiliated with Humboldt University Berlin, and a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Chemistry at Lund University (Sweden). She received her Ph.D. degree from Uppsala University (Sweden) where she worked on Excitonic Dye Solar Cells. During her postdoctoral research at Stanford University (USA) she started working Perovskite Solar Cell devices as an early adaptor of the technology. Her current research focuses on scalable process development for the manufacturing of larger area Perovskite Solar Cells and the rationalization of material formation mechanisms from solutions to solid-state thin films. In VIPERLAB, her team supports an online perovskite solar cell device database "The Perovskite Database" for interactive data-queries, plots and any type of advanced analysis and AI-based projects
 - Took place on Feb, 08th 2022
Modelling, high performance computing and efficient access to data sets based on data reported in the literature and experimental work are important tools to accelerate research in the field of photovoltaic perovskite, and beyond. With this workshop VIPERLAB presents the importance of these topics for materials science technology and how the 4 virtual infrastructures of Viperlab project can support researchers from academy'and industry, with free access to their computing, modeling tools and the available datasets.