Janne Halme
Department of Applied Physics

Janne Halme

University Lecturer

Contact information

Postal address
Puumiehenkuja 2, 02150 Espoo
Mobile phone
+358503441695
Full researcher profile
https://research.aalto.fi/...

Description

I am a University Lecturer with a title of Docent on new energy technologies and solar energy at the Department of Applied Physics.

Since my doctoral research, I have done both fundamental and applied research of dye-based solar cells with a focus on flexible and printable devices, device characterization and modelling, and stability studies.

While broadly interested in multidisciplinary research between physics, engineering, biology, design and architecture, I focus my current research on coloured photovoltaics for aesthetic building- and product-integration.

As a teacher and an academic coordinator of the AMIS Master's program, I combine innovation and entrepreneurship education to a science and technology curriculum in collaboration with Aalto Ventures Program.

As an Innovation Agent of the Department of Applied Physics, I encourage and support researchers in commercialization of their research results.

As an ArtScience explorer, I am working with an artist and a group of scientists to create a biosolar panel based upon the painting "Snow Storm - Steam-Boat Off A Harbour's Mouth" by William Turner.

My research contributions have been published in more than 70 journal and conference papers, listed in ORCID, ResearcherID and SCOPUS.

Examples of recent publications:

 

Publications

New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics

Theoretical efficiency limits of ideal coloured opaque photovoltaics

Publishing year: 2019 Energy and Environmental Science
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies

Angular optical behavior of photonic-crystal-based dye-sensitized solar cells

Publishing year: 2019 Journal of Photonics for Energy
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies, Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Hele Savin Group

Multiscale in modelling and validation for solar photovoltaics

Publishing year: 2018 EPJ Photovoltaics
Department of Art, New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics

Troping Turner. Towards Prpl. Vlvt.

Publishing year: 2018
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies, Aalto University

Application of dye-sensitized and perovskite solar cells on flexible substrates

Publishing year: 2018 FLEXIBLE AND PRINTED ELECTRONICS
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies

Comparative analysis of ceramic-carbonate nanocomposite fuel cells using composite GDC/NLC electrolyte with different perovskite structured cathode materials

Publishing year: 2018 FRONTIERS OF CHEMICAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics, Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems, Bio-based Colloids and Materials

Critical analysis on the quality of stability studies of perovskite and dye solar cells

Publishing year: 2018 Energy and Environmental Science
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies, NanoMaterials, Molecular Materials

Minimizing structural deformation of gold nanorods in plasmon-enhanced dye-sensitized solar cells

Publishing year: 2017 Journal of Nanoparticle Research
Department of Forest Products Technology, Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems, Paper Converting and Packaging, Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Materials

Inkjet-printed platinum counter electrodes for dye-sensitized solar cells

Publishing year: 2017 Organic Electronics
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies

Intriguing Photochemistry of the Additives in the Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

Publishing year: 2016 Journal of Physical Chemistry C