Metal Halide Perovskite for next-generation optoelectronics: progresses and prospects

He Dong, Chenxin Ran, Weiyin Gao, Mingjie Li, Yingdong Xia, Wei Huang

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Metal halide perovskites (MHPs), emerging as innovative and promising semiconductor materials with prominent optoelectronic properties, has been pioneering a new era of light management (ranging from emission, absorption, modulation, to transmission) for next-generation optoelectronic technology. Notably, the exploration of fundamental characteristics of MHPs and their devices is the main research theme during the past decade, while in the next decade, it will be primarily critical to promote their implantation in the next-generation optoelectronics. In this review, we first retrospect the historical research milestones of MHPs and their optoelectronic devices. Thereafter, we introduce the origin of the unique optoelectronic features of MHPs, based on which we highlight the tunability of these features via regulating the phase, dimensionality, composition, and geometry of MHPs. Then, we show that owing to the convenient property control of MHPs, various optoelectronic devices with target performance can be designed. At last, we emphasize on the revolutionary applications of MHPs-based devices on the existing optoelectronic systems. This review demonstrates the key role of MHPs played in the development of modern optoelectronics, which is expected to inspire the novel research directions of MHPs and promote the widespread applications of MHPs in the next-generation optoelectronics.

Original languageEnglish
Article number3
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2023


  • Metal halide perovskites
  • Optoelectronic characteristics
  • Optoelectronic devices
  • Revolutionary applications

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials


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