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We study materials for flexible electronics and energy storage and conversion. Particular emphasis is on characterization of the electrical and morphological characteristics of organic semiconductors in thin film transistors and photovoltaics. Hybrid organic devices for energy storage are also of interest. The nature of organic interfaces in thin films is studied using a variety of techniques including x-ray scattering, scanning probe microscopies, and electrical transport measurements.

 

 

News and Updates:

Congratulations Dr. Brady on passing your Thesis Defense (Dec 2014)
Congratulations Dr. Cowart on passing your Thesis Defense (Dec 2014)
Congratulations Erin Perry on passing your Prelim (Dec 2014)
Congratulations Dr. Sherman on passing your Thesis Defense (Dec 2014)
Congratulations Katie O’Hara on passing your Qual (Nov 2014)
Congratulations Eunhee Lim on passing your Prelim (Oct 2014)
Congratulations Dr. Eisenmenger on passing your Thesis Defense (Sept 2014)
Congratulations Dr. Liman on passing your Thesis Defense (Sept 2014)
Congratulations Andrew Jacobs on passing your Qual
Congratulations to Katie O’Hara on passing your Prelim
Congratulations Anne Glaudell and Gregory Su on passing your Quals
Congratulations Andrew Jacobs on passing your Prelim
Congratulations Dr. Treat on passing your Thesis Defense
Congratulations Mike Brady, Nancy Eisenmenger and Christopher Liman on passing your Quals
Congratulations Anne Glaudell, Gregory Su and Srinivasan Venkatesh on passing your Prelims