成果報告書詳細
管理番号20110000000597
タイトル*平成22年度中間年報 最先端研究開発支援プログラム/低炭素社会に資する有機系太陽電池の開発/認証データ計測センター機能構築と要素技術の開発・評価
公開日2011/7/28
報告書年度2010 - 2010
委託先名財団法人神奈川科学技術アカデミー
プロジェクト番号P09026
部署名新エネルギー部
和文要約和文要約等以下本編抜粋:1.研究開発の内容及び成果等 ■成果の概要 本サブテーマは、プログラム参加機関あるいはそれ以外の機関からの有機系太陽電池の評価業務を神奈川科学技術アカデミーに新規に確立することを目的としている。 小テーマ「(2)-1有機系太陽電池性能評価手法の検討および素材等の基本特性評価の実施」においては、有機系太陽電池の性能評価を行うための機器として、分光感度測定装置、大面積モジュール評価装置(I-V測定装置、□150mmまで測定が可能)を導入し、またこれらの光源や室内光源のスペクトルを簡便に測定するための太陽分光放射計を導入した。
英文要約Title: Funding Program for World-Leading Innovative R&D on Science and Technology / Development of Organic Photovoltaics toward a Low-Carbon Society / Development of Analysis & Evaluation Standards for the Performance and Basic Material Characteristics of Organic Photovoltaics (OPV)
(FY2010-FY2011) FY2010 Annual Report
Our theme aims to establish new internationally recognized analytical evaluation methods and standards for organic photovoltaic solar cell (OPV) performance along with the development of elemental and innovative technologies for dye-sensitized (DSSC) and thin-film organic solar cells. These research works will be carried out at the Kanagawa Academy of Science & Technology (KAST) facilities under the supervision of Prof. Akira Fujishima, President of Tokyo University of Science (TUS).
To advance the research themes, the following important equipments have been installed in the KAST laboratories:
(1) A spectral response meter (BUNKOUKEIKI Co., Ltd, Japan) will be employed to measure both the quantum efficiency (QE) and incident photon to current conversion efficiency (IPCE).
(2) A solar simulator instrument (YAMASHITA DENSO Co., Ltd, Japan), will be employed for I-V measurements to control the temperature between -10 ~ +80 oC. This simulator is classified as MA against the standard JIS 8942, exhibiting very close resemblance to the spectrum for Air Mass 1.5 Global.
(3) A spectro-radiometer (SOMAOPT. Co., Ltd / KONICA MINOLTA SENSING. Co., Ltd, Japan) will be used for accurate and fast measurement of the spectral irradiance for the above solar simulator.
(4) A multi-channel infrared microscope (JASCO International Co., Ltd., Japan) has also been installed for the characterization and identification of OPV materials.
Our theme will involve investigations into the development of new OPV technologies as well as the preparation of various new types of OPV cells. Evaluations of their performance and efficiency as well as comparative studies with commercially available cell samples will be carried out at the KAST and TUS facilities. For this purpose, such equipment as a hand printer (NEWLONG SEIMITSU KOGYO Co., Ltd, Japan) and a spin-coater (MIKASA Co., Ltd, Japan), etc. have also been installed. Moreover, studies using TiO2 nano-sized fibers, Au nano-rods, and anti-reflection films will be carried out to improve their performance and stability.
Independently, our group will carry out research on evaluating the lifetimes of an exciton (or a hole/electron pair) generated in the X-Y plane of thin-film organic cells by an innovative methodology employing a hand-made device by use of the “Microwave Photo Conductivity Decay (μ-PCD)” method.
KAST will also organize lecture and trial sessions to present the principles of OPV to researchers and the public as well as to contribute to their widespread application and use.
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