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Organic Semiconductors (PhD thesis work) – Sameer Patwardhan
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Charge Transport and Recombination in Organic-Semiconductor Diodes G.A.H. Wetzelaer PhD thesis University of Groningen Zernike Institute PhD thesis series ISSN: ISBN: (Printed version) (Electronic version) The research presented in this thesis was performed in the research group MolecularCited by: 3. This thesis is about the design of high performance OLEDs, which includes both the electrical and optical design of OLEDs. In particular, the following work is included in this thesis: i) Energy level alignment and charge injection at metal/organic interfaces have been systematically studied. ii) Transition metal oxideAuthor: Zhibin Wang. This thesis describes the synthesis and characterisation of novel conjugated organic materials with optoelectronic application. The first chapter provides an introduction about organic semiconductors and in particular about their working principle from a physical and chemical point of view. An overview of the most common types of solar cells is provided, including examples of some of the best Author: Michele Cariello.

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Charge Transport and Recombination in Organic-Semiconductor Diodes G.A.H. Wetzelaer PhD thesis University of Groningen Zernike Institute PhD thesis series ISSN: ISBN: (Printed version) (Electronic version) The research presented in this thesis was performed in the research group MolecularCited by: 3. The practical implications of this PhD thesis lie in building cost-effective and environmentally friendly waste-heat to useful energy converters based on organic polymers. The efficiency of heat to energy conversion by organic polymers tends to be higher than that for conventional semiconductors owing to the presence of narrow bands in organic polymer semiconductors. The work presented in this thesis is motivated by the great commercial impact of or-ganic semiconductors especially in optoelectronics. In particular, we focus our attention on some of the current challenges in organic light-emitting diodes from the point of view of the photophysical properties of materials (i.e. via steady-state and time-resolved.

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This thesis is about the design of high performance OLEDs, which includes both the electrical and optical design of OLEDs. In particular, the following work is included in this thesis: i) Energy level alignment and charge injection at metal/organic interfaces have been systematically studied. ii) Transition metal oxideAuthor: Zhibin Wang. The work in this thesis focuses on an organic semiconducting system for OTFTs that addresses for the opportunity to do a PhD in his research group; Organic semiconductor molecular and electronic structure. The work presented in this thesis is motivated by the great commercial impact of or-ganic semiconductors especially in optoelectronics. In particular, we focus our attention on some of the current challenges in organic light-emitting diodes from the point of view of the photophysical properties of materials (i.e. via steady-state and time-resolved.

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This thesis is about the design of high performance OLEDs, which includes both the electrical and optical design of OLEDs. In particular, the following work is included in this thesis: i) Energy level alignment and charge injection at metal/organic interfaces have been systematically studied. ii) Transition metal oxideAuthor: Zhibin Wang. The work in this thesis focuses on an organic semiconducting system for OTFTs that addresses for the opportunity to do a PhD in his research group; Organic semiconductor molecular and electronic structure. The work presented in this thesis is motivated by the great commercial impact of or-ganic semiconductors especially in optoelectronics. In particular, we focus our attention on some of the current challenges in organic light-emitting diodes from the point of view of the photophysical properties of materials (i.e. via steady-state and time-resolved.

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The practical implications of this PhD thesis lie in building cost-effective and environmentally friendly waste-heat to useful energy converters based on organic polymers. The efficiency of heat to energy conversion by organic polymers tends to be higher than that for conventional semiconductors owing to the presence of narrow bands in organic polymer semiconductors. The work in this thesis focuses on an organic semiconducting system for OTFTs that addresses for the opportunity to do a PhD in his research group; Organic semiconductor molecular and electronic structure. The work presented in this thesis is motivated by the great commercial impact of or-ganic semiconductors especially in optoelectronics. In particular, we focus our attention on some of the current challenges in organic light-emitting diodes from the point of view of the photophysical properties of materials (i.e. via steady-state and time-resolved.