Institute of Advanced Materials (INAM)
Universitat Jaume I
Bio and Research Interests:
Antonio Guerrero is a chemist (2002, Alcalá de Henares, España) currently contracted as a Ramón y Cajal Fellow at the University Jaume I. Antonio completed a Ph.D. in Organometallic Chemistry (2006, University of East Anglia, UK) industrially funded by Bayer CA focused on the design of new catalysts for the production of butyl rubber. Subsequently, Antonio worked during 4 years at the company Cambridge Display Technology where he developed some of the state of the art semiconducting materials for Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs). In 2010 Antonio Guerrero joined the group of Prof. Juan Bisquert at the university Jaume I. Over the last few years his work has been mainly focused in three different lines of research: 1-Perovskite Materials for photovoltaic applications, 2-Organic Photovoltaics and 3- Photoelectrochemical Cells. His contribution includes the development of new semiconductors materials, their characterization and understanding their physical properties under operating conditions. His work has been cited 1708 times with a h-index of 27 (Google Scholar, 22/09/2017). Overall Antonio Guerrero is the author of more than 55 research articles, one complete book, one book chapter and the inventor of two patents both currently under exploitation.
Nano Energy,2017,41,476-487. Pham, N.D.; Tiong, V.T.; Yao, D.; Martens, W.; Guerrero, A.; Bisquert, J.; Wang, H.Guanidinium thiocyanate selective Ostwald ripening induced large grain for high performance perovskite solar cells.