Organic Photonics & Electronics – HOT research in Faraday Discussions

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It’s all HOT research (as recommended by the referees) and it’s all due to be discussed at Organic Phontonics & Electronics: Faraday Discussion 174 in Strathclyde from 8-10 September 2014.

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Read these papers to have a sneak-preview of the HOT research featuring at this exciting event:

Breaking the simple proportionality between molecular conductances and charge transfer rates
Ravindra Venkatramani, Emil Wierzbinski, David H Waldeck and David N Beratan
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00106K

Dynamic Amplification of Light Signals in Photorefractive Ferroelectric Liquid Crystalline Mixtures
Takeo Sasaki, Satoshi Kajikawa and Yumiko Naka
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00068D

Computation of Hole Mobilities: Comparison of Single Crystal and Surface Adsorbed Models
Rose A Krawczuk, Joseph J.W. McDouall, William Mitchell and Steven Tierney
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00082J

Highly efficient organic devices based on small-molecule organic semiconductors
Karl Leo, Vadim Lyssenko and Simone Hofmann
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00094C

Bio-sorbable, liquid electrolyte gated thin-film transistor based on a solution processed zinc oxide layer
Luisa Torsi, Mandeep Singh, Gerardo Palazzo, Giuseppe Romanazzi, Gian Paolo Suranna, Nicoletta Ditaranto, Cinzia Di Franco, Maria Vittoria Santacroce, Mohammad Yusuf Mulla, Maria Magliulo and Kyriaki Manoli
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00081A

Hybrid organic semiconductor lasers for bio-molecular sensing
Anne-Marie Haughey, Caroline Foucher, Benoit Guilhabert, Alexander Kanibolotsky, Peter Skabara, Glenn A Burley, Martin D Dawson and Nicolas Laurand
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00091A

Characterization and simulation of electrolyte-gated organic field-effect transistors
Katharina Melzer, Marcel Brändlein, Bogdan Popescu, Dan Popescu, Paolo Lugli and Giuseppe Scarpa
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00095A

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One Response to “Organic Photonics & Electronics – HOT research in Faraday Discussions”

  1. very nice, and very interesting, thanks for the information and i wish you a good day

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