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ORaCEL Seminar – Sara Pazoki

The Impact of Electrical Contacts on Morphology and Charge Transport in Ultrathin C8-BTBT Transistors Research in 2D organic material has been an exciting field for many years. Understanding of charge transport process in 2D material can be used to test phenomenological transport models . Recently, small molecule 2,7-dioctylbenzothienobenzothiophene (C8-BTBT) has shown a good performance in…

ORaCEL Seminar – Eshwar Ravishankar

2104 Toxicology Building

Title:¬†Modeling Photocurrent and Transmittance of Semi-transparent Photovoltaic Devices for Greenhouse Integration Abstract:¬†Organic photovoltaics (OPVs) are an emerging solar power technology which uses a thin active layer of an organic semiconductor blend for its absorption. The active layer of OPVs are semi-transparent and by tuning the molecular structure, its absorption spectrum can be varied. With organic…

ORaCEL Seminar – Chris Takacs

Title: Connecting molecular structure, self-assembly, and long-range order to efficient charge transport in organic semiconductors Abstract:¬†Organic semiconductors show great potential for light emitting diodes, flexible solar cells, and printable electronics with new applications emerging in areas such as bioelectronics and thermoelectrics. In all of these applications, the electronic properties of these materials are linked to…