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Anton Pershin received a PhD degree in 2013 from the University of Regensburg, Germany (with S. Baeurle and B. Dick) working on the multiscale modeling of polymer-based solar cells. Followed by a postdoctoral stay at the Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest (with P. Szalay), from 2013 to 2015, he joined the Laboratory for Chemistry of Novel Materials in 2016, where he is currently a Marie Curie Researcher (with D. Beljonne and Y. Olivier). His research focuses on accurate electronic structure calculations with applications to organic electronics and 2D materials.
Anton Pershin, David Hall, Vincent Lemaur, Juan-Carlos Sancho-Garcia, Luca Muccioli, Eli Zysman-Colman, David Beljonne, and Yoann Olivier. Highly emissive excitons with reduced exchange energy in thermally activated delayed fluorescent molecules. Nature Communications, 2019.
Simone Bertolazzi, Sara Bonacchi, Guangjun Nan, Anton Pershin, David Beljonne, and Paolo Samorì. Engineering Chemically Active Defects in Monolayer MoS2 Transistors via Ion‐Beam Irradiation and Their Healing via Vapor Deposition of Alkanethiols. Advanced Materials, 29 (18), 2017.
Anton Pershin and Péter G Szalay. Improving the Accuracy of the Charge Transfer Integrals Obtained by Coupled Cluster Theory, MBPT (2), and TDDFT. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 11 (12), 2015.
Anton Pershin, Sergii Donets, and Stephan A Baeurle. Photocurrent contribution from inter-segmental mixing in donor–acceptor-type polymer solar cells: A multiscale simulation study. Polymer, 55(16), 2014.
Anton Pershin, Sergii Donets, and Stephan A Baeurle. A new multiscale modeling method for simulating the loss processes in polymer solar cell nanodevices. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 136(19), 2012.