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ผศ.ดร. เมธาวี นุกูลอุดมพานิชย์

ผศ.ดร. เมธาวี นุกูลอุดมพานิชย์

Asst.Prof.Dr. Methawee Nukunudompanich


· D.Eng. (Energy Engineering), Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2020

· M.Eng. (Energy Technology and Management), King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, 2015

· B.Eng. (Advance Materials Science and Nanotechnology) Silpakorn University, 2013

Research Interest

· Renewable energy

· Solar energy

· Perovskite solar cell

· Nanomaterials


โทรศัพท์: 02-329-8339


Publications [1] Sanglee, K., Sakunkaewkasem, S., Piromjit, C., Nukunudompanich, M., Kanjanaboos, P., Chuangchote, S., Suttiruengwong S., Sahasithiwat S., Limmanee A. & Krajangsang, T. (2023). Intermediate matching layer for light-induced performance and removable clip-on applications of four-terminal perovskite/silicon heterojunction tandem solar cells. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 253, 112235.

[2] Nukunudompanich, M., Sriprapai, D., & Sontikaew, S. (2022). Aspects of optical and thermal performances in flexible perovskite solar cells made of nanomaterials with potential for development of vehicle-integrated photovoltaics. Materials Today: Proceedings, 66, 3163-3167.

[3] Sanglee, K., Nukunudompanich, M., Part, F., Zafiu, C., Bello, G., Ehmoser, E. K., & Chuangchote, S. (2022). The current state of the art in internal additive materials and quantum dots for improving efficiency and stability against humidity in perovskite solar cells. Heliyon, e11878.

[4] Nukunudompanich, M., Budiutama, G., Suzuki, K., Hasegawa, K., & Ihara, M. (2020). Dominant effect of the grain size of the MAPbI 3 perovskite controlled by the surface roughness of TiO 2 on the performance of perovskite solar cells. CrystEngComm, 22(16), 2718-2727.

[5] Nukunudompanich, M., Suzuki, K., Hasegawa, K., & Ihara, M. (2018, July). Influence of Perovskite Grain Size and TiO2 Surface States to the Performance of Perovskite Solar Cell. In ECS Meeting Abstracts (No. 17, p. 720). IOP Publishing.


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