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AchilleasSavva and SteliosA. Choulis Molecular Electronics & Photonics Laboratory Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering Cyprus University of Technology Laboratory Training in Fabrication & Characterization of Organic Devices Limassol September 2014
Course Description Course Description (5 ECTS) Τhe course provides an introduction to experimental techniques used for the processing and characterization of organic electronic materials and optoelectronic devices. Subjects include: 1) The main categories of electronic materials suitable for organic electronic applications (conjugated and conductive polymers, small molecules, metal oxides, metals, etc 2) Materials and device characterization techniques with emphasis in their electrical and optical properties. 3) Low cost solution processing techniques for the fabrication of organic electronic thin films and optoelectronic devices. 3) Organic Photovoltaics (OPVs) and Light emitting diodes (OLEDs) device fabrication and characterization. The students are taught experimentally the circle of organic electronic materials for device applications (Structure/Properties/Processing/Devices). Grading AchilleasSavva and Stelios A. Choulis
Content • Introduction to the Labs • Lab Exercise 1: Organic Electronic Materials solutions preparation ……. AchilleasSavva and Stelios A. Choulis
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Bibliography • Hoth, C.N., Schilinsky, P., Choulis, S.A, Balasubramanian, S., Brabec, C.J., Solution-processed organic photovoltaics, In: Cantatore, E. (Ed.) Applications of Organic and Printed Electronics - A Technology-Enabled Revolution, Springer: Boston, 2013. • Frederik C. Krebs, Fabrication and processing of polymer solar cells: A review of printing and coating techniques, Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 93 (2009) 394–412. • Nelson Jenny, The Physics of Solar Cells, Imperial Collage Press, 2003. • Klaus Müllen, UllrichScherf, Organic Light Emitting Devices: Synthesis, Properties and Applications, Wiley (2006) DOI: 10.1002/3527607986. • F. So, B. Krummacher, M.K Mathai, D. Poplavskyy, S.A Choulis, V.E Choong, Recent progress in solution processable organic light emitting devices, Journal of Applied Physics 102 (9), 091101, (2007) AchilleasSavva and Stelios A. Choulis