nanoHUB-U: Organic Electronic Devices
nanoHUB-U: Physics of Electronic Polymers
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Designing Functional Polymers for Water Purification and Flexible Electronic Applications
09 Jul 2018 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Bryan W. Boudouris
Introduction to Quantum Dots and Solar Energy Conversion Devices
29 Dec 2014 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Bryan W. Boudouris
In this lecture, we describe the basics of what quantum dots are and how they can be applied to thin film photovoltaic technologies. In particular, we examine the unique properties of quantum dot materials and how these properties can be exploited by scientists and engineers to yield low-cost,...
nanoHUB-U Organic Electronic Devices: Scientific Overview
10 Dec 2014 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Bryan W. Boudouris
Organic Electronic Devices is a five week course that explores electronic materials that are defined broadly as carbon-based materials that are capable of transporting charge both in liquid-supported systems and in the solid state. Traditionally, two classes of organic electronic...
Non-Conjugated Radical Polymers as an Emerging Class of Transparent Conductors for Flexible Polymer Thermoelectric Applications
21 Jul 2014 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Bryan W. Boudouris
Thermoelectric devices are capable of converting low-value waste heat energy into higher value electricity in a silent, direct manner and without the need for moving parts. As such, they present themselves as promising, environmentally-friendly energy conversion modules. Polymer-based...
Design of Optoelectronically-active Polymers for Organic Photovoltaic Applications
08 Feb 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Bryan W. Boudouris
Organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices are of great interest due to their promise of providing flexible, lightweight, and inexpensive alternatives to their currently-used inorganic counterparts. However, large-scale implementation of these modules has been hampered due to their relatively low power...
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