Organic and molecular materials have been investigated for the last few decades for their interesting electronic and optoelectronic properties. Indeed they offer a range of advantages over “conventional” inorganic semiconductors (e.g. silicon) such as low cost, mechanical and chemical flexibility, ease of processing and light weight. This has been exploited in a range of devices, including solar cells and organic light emitting devices, which are now entering the marketplace.
Research in this area at the LCN covers a broad range of topics, spanning fundamental understanding (e.g. theoretical study of charge transport mechanisms) to development of new materials (e.g. molecular synthesis or film processing) and device engineering.
Research Poster PDFs
Low energy gap emitters in near infra-red light-emitting diodes
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ORGANIC AND MOLECULAR ELECTRONICS