Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Materials for Electronics, Photonics, and Photovoltaics

Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 3:15 PM
M100 G (Minneapolis Convention Center)

Hybrid organic-inorganic materials have a wide variety of electronic, photonic, and photovoltaice applications, ranging from low-k dielectrics to optical dyes. Fabrication, characterization, and integration of hybrid organic-inorganic materials into such devices are critical chemical engineering challenges.

Electronics and Photonics

Russell J. Holmes
Email: rholmes@umn.edu

Richard R. Lunt
Email: rlunt@msu.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:15 PM
(377a) Highly Efficient Electroluminescence From Hybrid Silicon Nanocrystal-Organic Light-Emitting Devices
Kai-Yuan Cheng, Rebecca Anthony, Uwe R. Kortshagen and Russell J. Holmes

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3:40 PM
(377b) Hybrid ZnO Complexes From a Simple Thiol Modification Process: Understanding Electro-Optical Properties
Jason W. Soares, Diane M. Steeves, Jisun Im, Jagdeep Singh and James E. Whitten

4:05 PM
(377c) Polymer-Nanocrystal Hybrid Solar Cells Using P3HT and Pyrite FeS2
Beau J. Richardson, John Bae, Leize Zhu and Qiuming Yu

4:30 PM
(377d) Correlating Interfacial Interactions and Macroscopic Photovoltaic Properties of Self-Assembled Hybrid Materials
Justin P. Jahnke, Shany Neyshtadt, Tamar Segal-Peretz, María Díaz-García, Gitti L. Frey and Bradley F. Chmelka

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