Laszlo joined the Borguet Group in 2015 after earning his Physics Ph.D.
in the group of John Ketterson at Northwestern University. He is
currently a postdoctoral researcher in the ARC Center of Excellence in
Exciton Science at Monash University.
The current roll-out of photovoltaics is transforming our energy
infrastructure, but classical photovoltaics have fundamental limitations
on their efficiency. Laszlo is discovering new scattering processes that
work around these limitations to generate more excitons, with the aim of
improving access to energy while protecting the environment.