“Get Tougher”

Researchers have now demonstrated that interfacial self-assembled monolayers increase adhesion toughness between the perovskite and charge-transport layers in the corresponding devices, enhancing the device stability. Jovana comments on the recent advancements and future perspectives of this strategy in Nature Energy News.

Smart Energy Materials Group Website

Smart Energy Materials group at the Adolphe Merkle Institute of the University of Fribourg led by Prof. Jovana V. Milić has just been launched – check it out!

Multifunctional layered hybrid perovskites

An overview of the developments on the emerging class of multifunctional LHPs with a perspective on the use in various technologies in the future was published in the “Emerging Investigators Issue” of the J. Mat. Chem. C.

Multimodal host-guest complexation for perovskite solar cells

An unprecedented method relying on multimodal host-guest complexation to greatly improve the stability of perovskite solar cells while also reducing the release of lead into the environment has been published in Nature Communications.

Promotion to Assistant Professor

Dr. Jovana Milic has been promoted to Assistant Professor at the Adolphe Merkle Institute of the University of Fribourg in Switzerland, where she is investigating hybrid materials for the new generation of photovoltaic devices.

CareerHonours and AwardsOutreach
Interview with “Omladinske Novine”

Upon receiving the Green Talents Award, Dr. Jovana Milic is interviewed with “Omladinske Novine” about the award and her career. “Success is the result of many factors” – check out the interview (in Serbian)!