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Metal halide perovskites have recently emerged as a promising luminescent material for lighting, display and lasing applications owing to their excellent material properties which include; high photoluminescence quantum yield, high defect tolerance, tunable emission wavelength, and facile solution processability. As such, significant research effort has been dedicated to the controlled synthesis of high-quality perovskite materials including; dimensional control, surface passivation, and defect engineering. Nevertheless, a significant number of fundamental issues limit their usage such as their photophysical process, underlying working mechanisms, large area film preparation, lead toxicity, and long-term stability. These limiting factors exhibited by perovskite-based materials and light-emitting devices must be addressed and further investigated.

This Research Topic intends to highlight recent comprehensive research advances in luminescent metal halide perovskites based materials and light-emitting devices, with particular emphasis on solutions for the aforementioned issues which will facilitate the fabrication of higher-quality perovskite lighting materials and devices.

All article types including research articles, communications, perspectives, and reviews are welcomed. Contributions on the following topics will be particularly encouraged, but are not limited to:

- The synthesis of lead-based or lead-free novel luminescent perovskite materials and their properties
- Photophysical processes exhibited by luminescent perovskite materials
- Perovskite hybrid materials acting as phosphors for photoluminescence devices
- Perovskite based electroluminescent devices
- Degradation mechanisms of perovskite lighting materials and devices.

Keywords: Metal Halide Perovskite, Quantum dots, Thin film, Optical properties, Light-emitting Devices, Display


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

Metal halide perovskites have recently emerged as a promising luminescent material for lighting, display and lasing applications owing to their excellent material properties which include; high photoluminescence quantum yield, high defect tolerance, tunable emission wavelength, and facile solution processability. As such, significant research effort has been dedicated to the controlled synthesis of high-quality perovskite materials including; dimensional control, surface passivation, and defect engineering. Nevertheless, a significant number of fundamental issues limit their usage such as their photophysical process, underlying working mechanisms, large area film preparation, lead toxicity, and long-term stability. These limiting factors exhibited by perovskite-based materials and light-emitting devices must be addressed and further investigated.

This Research Topic intends to highlight recent comprehensive research advances in luminescent metal halide perovskites based materials and light-emitting devices, with particular emphasis on solutions for the aforementioned issues which will facilitate the fabrication of higher-quality perovskite lighting materials and devices.

All article types including research articles, communications, perspectives, and reviews are welcomed. Contributions on the following topics will be particularly encouraged, but are not limited to:

- The synthesis of lead-based or lead-free novel luminescent perovskite materials and their properties
- Photophysical processes exhibited by luminescent perovskite materials
- Perovskite hybrid materials acting as phosphors for photoluminescence devices
- Perovskite based electroluminescent devices
- Degradation mechanisms of perovskite lighting materials and devices.

Keywords: Metal Halide Perovskite, Quantum dots, Thin film, Optical properties, Light-emitting Devices, Display


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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