Anita Ho-Baillie is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia. She obtained her PhD at UNSW in 2005. She is a former chief engineer for Solar Sailor, an Australian company which integrates solar cells into purpose-designed commercial marine ferries which currently ply waterways in Sydney, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Her research interests in the field of Photovoltaics include high efficiency silicon (Si) solar cells, Si tandem solar cells, and perovskite solar cells. She currently leads the perovskite solar cell research group (established at the end of 2013), which consist of 12 higher degree research students and 5 academic staff.  Her group is particularly interested in the effect of fabrication process on film morphology and crystallinity and subsequent impact on the electrical performance of the thin film solar cells. Insights into ion movement and its effect on the hysteresis and stability of perovskite solar cell characterised by luminescence imaging and Kelvin probe microscopy has been reported by her group.  In 2016, Ho-Baillie’s group achieves the highest energy conversion efficiency for the largest perovskite solar cell independently certified.