Roadmap on organic–inorganic hybrid perovskite semiconductors and devices

@article{SchmidtMende2021RoadmapOO,
  title={Roadmap on organic–inorganic hybrid perovskite semiconductors and devices},
  author={Lukas Schmidt‐Mende and Vladimir Dyakonov and Selina Olthof and Feray {\"U}nl{\"u} and Khan L{\^e} and Sanjay Mathur and Andrei D. Karabanov and Doru C. Lupascu and Laura M. Herz and Alexander Hinderhofer and Frank Schreiber and Alexey Chernikov and David A. Egger and Oleksandra Shargaieva and Caterina Cocchi and Eva L. Unger and Michael Saliba and Mahdi Malekshahi Byranvand and Martin Kroll and Frederik Nehm and Karl Leo and Alex Redinger and Julian H{\"o}cker and Thomas Kirchartz and Jonathan H. Warby and Emilio Guti{\'e}rrez-Partida and Dieter Neher and Martin Stolterfoht and Uli W{\"u}rfel and Moritz Unm{\"u}ssig and Jan Philipp Herterich and Clemens Baretzky and John Mohanraj and Mukundan Thelakkat and Cl{\'e}ment Maheu and Wolfram Jaegermann and Thomas Mayer and Janek Rieger and Thomas Fauster and Daniel Niesner and Fengjiu Yang and Steve Albrecht and Thomas Riedl and Azhar Fakharuddin and Maria Vasilopoulou and Yana Vaynzof and Davide Moia and Joachim Maier and Marius Franckevi{\vc}ius and Vidmantas Gulbinas and Ross A. Kerner and Lianfeng Zhao and Barry P. Rand and Nadja Gl{\"u}ck and Thomas Bein and Fabio Matteocci and Luigi Angelo Castriotta and Aldo Di Carlo and Matthias Scheffler and Claudia Draxl},
  journal={APL Materials},
  year={2021}
}
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