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Alexey Tameev

  • Alexey Tameev has been at HSE University since 2017.

Education and Degrees

  • 2012

    Doctor of Sciences*

  • 1981

    Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

* Doctor of Sciences
A post-doctoral degree called Doctor of Sciences is given to reflect second advanced research qualifications or higher doctorates in ISCED 2011.

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

1. Training program on "Rules of the organization of the educational process by HSE teachers," 2019. Certificate No. 134092.

2. Training program on "Modern horizons in chemical physics" at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (National Research University), 2020. Certificate No. 772411814733.

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Article Iakobson O. D., Gribkova O. L., Aleksey Tameev, Nunzi J. A common optical approach to thickness optimization in polymer and perovskite solar cells // Scientific Reports. 2021. Vol. 11. P. 5005-1-5005-6. doi




  • 2017

    13th International Conference on Organic Electronics - 2017 (ICOE-2017) (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Ambipolar transport in thin layers of new π-conjugated imidazole/carbazole compounds

  • 9-th International Symposium “Molecular Order and Mobility in Polymer Systems” (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: POLYMER COMPOSITE MATERIALS BASED ON POLYPHENYLQUINOLINES: THE STRUCTURE AND PHOTOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES

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Make the Most of the Sun

Professor Alexey Tameev of HSE MIEM, along with a team of colleagues, has proposed a calculation method to determine the optimal photoactive layer thickness which can maximize the power conversion efficiency of solar cells. Applicable for both polymer andperovskite solar cells, the method can become a milestone on the path from laboratory samples to solar cells made from new generation materials. The results of the research are covered in ‘A common optical approach to thickness optimization in polymer and perovskite solar cells’, an article published in Scientific Reports.