Germà Garcia-Belmonte (1964) received his Ph.D. degree at UNED, 1996. He worked (1988-1992) at CIEMAT, Madrid, on experimental and theoretical research in the area of digital processing of nuclear signal. He joined the Universitat Jaume I, Castelló, in 1992 and currently works as a Full Professor of Applied Physics (2010) at the Institute of Advanced Materials. He studied intercalation processes in oxides and polymer films by impedance methods. He follows researches in various areas within the field of Organic Electronics and photovoltaics as electronic mechanisms in organic light-emitting diodes, organic photovoltaics, and plastic and thin-film solar cells. He is currently conducting researches in the topic of perovskite-based solar cells. Also of interest is the electrochemical kinetics of electrodes for batteries. Device physics using impedance spectroscopy (including modeling and measuring) is his main subject.
Applied Physics Letters,2017,111,163504. Kovalenko, A.; Pospisil, J.; Krajcovic, J.; Weiter, M.; Guerrero, A.; Garcia-Belmonte, G.Interface inductive currents and carrier injection in hybrid perovskite single crystals.
Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells,2017,168,221-226. Almora, O.; Gerling, L.G.; Voz, C.; Alcubilla, R.; Puigdollers, J.; Garcia-Belmonte, G.Superior performance of V2O5 as hole selective contact over other transition metal oxides in silicon heterojunction solar cells.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters,2016,7,4622-4628. Vallés-Pelarda, M.; Clasen, B.; García-Benito, I.; Almora, O.; Molina-Ontoria, A.; Sánchez, R.; Garcia-Belmonte, G.; Martín, N.; Mora-Seró, I.Analysis of the Hysteresis Behavior of Perovskite Solar Cells with Interfacial Fullerene Self-Assembled Monolayers.