Rebecca Scheidt is a postdoctoral researcher in NREL’s Chemistry and Nanoscience Center in Matt Beard’s group. Her work focuses on studying the excited state properties of metal halide perovskites using ultrafast spectroscopy. Her research also includes understanding the charge carrier dynamics of perovskites in solar cell architectures.
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Ultrafast spectroscopy of charge carrier dynamics in semiconductors
Optical properties of metal halide perovskites
Excited state behavior of semiconductors at interfaces
Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, University of Notre Dame
B.S., Chemistry, University of Miami
Temperature Driven Anion Migration in Lead Halide Perovskites, The Journal of Chemical Physics (2019)
Tracking Transformative Transitions: From CsPbBr3 Nanocrystals to Bulk Perovskite Films, ACS Materials Letters (2018)
Hierarchical Arrays of Cesium Lead Halide Perovskite Nanocrystals through Electrophoretic Deposition, Journal of the American Chemical Society (2018)
Interfacial Charge Transfer between Excited CsPbBr3 Nanocrystals and TiO2: Charge Injection versus Photodegradation, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2018)
Modulation of Charge Recombination in CsPbBr3 Films under Electrochemical Bias, Journal of the American Chemical Society (2017)
Awards and Honors
Notre Dame Center for Environmental Science and Technology Pre-Doctoral Fellowship (2019)
Patrick and Jana Eilers Graduate Fellowship for Energy Related Research (2018)
Arthur J. Schmitt Leadership Fellowship in Science and Engineering (2016)