The Universitat Jaume I of Castelló (UJI) in Spain has over 12.000 students in 24 departments and 3 scientific centers. The UJI team is at the Institute of Advanced Materials (INAM, http://www.inam.uji.es/), which includes 9 research groups and over 50 researchers. The scientific-technical interest of INAM is oriented towards excellent science on fundamentals and theory, focused on applications; hence operating on artificial systems. Specific research areas involve development and understanding of advanced materials and systems for energy conversion, energy storage catalysis, optoelectronics, and sensors. In order to achieve substantial innovations, INAM will strengthen fundamental research for understanding and unravelling basic processes and mechanisms of operation, as well as the physical and chemical interactions of molecules, materials and interfaces. Advanced functional materials are integrated into devices such as photovoltaic cells, photoelectrochemical cells, electrochemical sensors, batteries, light-emitting gadgets, and others. INAM promotes substantial advances in the frontiers of knowledge and likewise supports new industrial production lines. This background on modeling, processing and integration will be fully exploited within PEROXIS.
Within PEROXIS, UJI will focus on electrical testing, modelling, and simulation of perovskite-based diode structures. The general objective is to gain fundamental knowledge on the connection between device architecture (including absorbing perovskite layer structure and contacting solutions) and operational mechanisms and device physics of X-ray detectors at single device level. UJI will be the WP lead of WP4 Device Physics, characterization and simulation.