New Research Published!

Nikos and Natalie have collaborated with Noah Strobel, Gerardo Hernandez-Sosa and others to publish research on color-selective printed organic photodiodes! Want to read more? Discover an application of these photodiodes and more HERE.

New Research Published!

Yufei, Martina, Gareth, Philipp, Rishi, Kaila, Julien, and Natalie have published work on charge-transfer in low-driving force systems. Click here to read about the unbalanced, but still fast nature of electron and hole transfer in non-fullerene based organic photovoltaic systems.

New Research Published!

Nikos, Demetra, and Natalie have published their work detailing the photo-physics of lead bromide perovskites which can be found here. Read on to discover how understanding the photo-physics of this interesting semiconductor can enrich our current pursuits of photovoltaic and light-emitting technologies!

New Research Published!

Philipp Krauspe’s work on Effective detection of weak terahertz pulses in electro-optic sampling at kilohertz repetition rates will be available in print in the Journal of the Optical Society of America B in January 2020, and it is available now online! To access the article, click here.

MRS fall meeting in Boston

Natalie organized a symposium on Structure–Function Relationships and Interfacial Processes in Organic Semiconductors for Optoelectronics at the MRS Fall 2019 in Boston.
Demetra gave a talk on doped P3HT as part of the Structure–Function Relationships and Interfacial Processes in Organic Semiconductors for Optoelectronics at the MRS Fall 2019 in Boston.
Natalie gave a talk in the Perovskite symposium at the MRS Fall 2019 meeting in Boston.
Kaila presented her work on the design of a steady state photoconductivity setup and showed her results studying non-fullerene acceptors at the Wednesday night poster session of the MRS Fall 2019 in Boston.