Dr Jonathan Halpert
Phone: 04 463 5819
LB 204 Laby Building
My interest is in the synthesis and characterization of nanostructured materials, such as semiconductor nanocrystals, organic pervoskite crystals and polymer-inorganic hybrid materials for optoelectronic applications. These materials can be deposited via solution based processes like spin-casting, inkjet printing and roll-to-roll printing to make solar cells, light emitting devices (LEDs), photodetectors, sensors and other devices that make use of the unique optical and electronic properties of nanoscale materials. Thin film devices produced by these methods are just now beginning to replace older technologies in fields like displays, solar power generation and printable transistors.
The MacDiarmid Institute’s Dr Jonathan Halpert has been awarded a Rutherford Discovery Fellowship. A Victoria University of Wellington researcher is among a small group of leading New Zealand scientists to receive Rutherford Discovery Fellowships. Dr Jonathan Halpert, a lecturer in Victoria’s School of Chemical and Physical Sciences and an associate investigator at the MacDiarmid Institute […]
Story by Veronika Meduna With demand for solar energy on the rise globally, Jonathan Halpert is well positioned to make an impact. A lecturer at Victoria University’s School of Chemical and Physical Sciences and an Associate Investigator of the MacDiarmid Institute, Dr Halpert was awarded a Rutherford Discovery Fellowship—which means up to $800,000 over five […]