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Jari Järvi finished his MSc and submitted a paper with hybrid perovskite research

CEST member Jari Järvi finished his MSc thesis with multi-scale modeling of charge transport in hybrid perovskites and submitted a paper to the New Journal of Physics.

CEST member Jari Järvi has finished his MSc thesis, 'Computational Multi-Scale Model for the Structure of Hybrid Perovskites: Analysis of Charge Migration in Novel Photovoltaic Materials' (in the Department of Physics at the University of Helsinki) with the grade Eximia Cum Laude Approbatur.

Jari joined CEST in Summer 2015, since then he has been devoted to theoretical modeling of hybrid perovskites under the supervision of Patrick Rinke and Jingrui Li, with a particular focus on the development and application of the multi-scale model of disordered structures. He was awarded the Best Poster Prize at the Finnish Physics Days 2017 (http://physics.aalto.fi/en/groups/cest/news_and_events/2017-03-26/) with this project. Jari has also importantly contributed to a Phys. Rev. B paper about the development of the multi-scale model.

Jari also submitted a paper, 'Multi-scale model for the structure of hybrid perovskites: Analysis of charge migration in disordered MAPbI3 structures' (with Jingrui and Patrick) to the New Journal of Physics. It is now available via arXiv:1806.05560.

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