Recent advances in perovskites-based optoelectronics

Xiaoyan Liu, Yijie Wang, Yu Wang, Yize Zhao, Jinghao Yu, Xinyi Shan, Yi Tong, Xiaojuan Lian, Xiang Wan, Lei Wang*, Pengfei Tian*, Hao Chung Kuo*

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Abstract

The development and utilization of perovskites are beneficial to improve or even change the optical properties of devices and obtain fascinating performances such as higher photoelectric conversion efficiency, better thermal stability, higher external quantum efficiency, more excellent remodeling, and flexibility. So, there are many articles on perovskite reviews having been reported from synthesis, properties to various applications (such as optoelectronic devices, electrical memristor, etc.). Based on the reported review of perovskites, this study will make a further supplement to the research progress of perovskites in visible light communication (VLC), optical neuromorphic devices, and highlight huge development prospects in these emerging fields in recent years. First, we briefly reviewed the preparation methods of common perovskite materials, followed by the optical and electrical characteristics. Then, the specific applications of optical properties based on perovskite materials are emphatically investigated, in addition to traditional photovoltaic devices, especially the latest cutting-edge fields of information encryption and decryption, VLC as well as optical memristive devices for photonic synapse and photonic neuromorphic computing. Finally, the main conclusions and prospects are given. Perovskite-based optical memristive devices are enabled to assist photonic neuromorphic calculations, showing huge potential application prospects in intelligent integrated chip fusing sensing, storage, and computing.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3063-3094
Number of pages32
JournalNanotechnology Reviews
Volume11
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2022

Keywords

  • information encryption and decryption
  • optical memristive devices
  • perovskite materials
  • photonic synapse and photonic neuromorphic computing
  • visible light communication

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