714 Organic and Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Semiconductors

Thursday, November 1, 2012: 12:30 PM
Fayette (Westin )
Organic and hybrid organic-inorganic (often organic-nanoparticle or organic-nanowire) semiconductor materials continue to receive interest due to their compatibility with low-cost, high throughput processing techniques. These materials have been demonstrated as the active material in light-emitting devices, photodetectors, thin-film transistors, lasers, and a variety of sensors. This session welcomes submissions examining the synthesis, processing and characterization of organic and hybrid organic-inorganic semiconductor materials and their application in electronic and optoelectronic devices. Experimental, theoretical and computational papers are welcome.

Electronics and Photonics

Richard R. Lunt
Email: rlunt@msu.edu

Russell J. Holmes
Email: rholmes@umn.edu

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12:30 PM

1:10 PM
(714c) Tuning Charge Transport of Solution Sheared Organic Semiconductors Using Lattice Strain
Gaurav Giri, Eric Verploegen, Stefan Mannsfeld, Michael Toney and Zhenan Bao

1:30 PM

2:20 PM
(714f) Electrochromic Nanocomposite Films From Poly(DNTD) Via Electorpolymerization
Huige Wei, Xingru Yan, Yunfeng Li, Shijie Wu, Andrew Wang, Keqiang Ding, Yun Tian, Suying Wei and Zhanhu Guo
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