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Dynamic, Reversible and Hybrid Materials: Properties and Applications
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-03-13)
Dynamic systems that can undergo reversible processes are of great interest for the development of new materials, sensors, and biolabels. The talk will illustrate some of the recent results on soft structures based on metal ...
Recent Progress in Organic Solar Cells: From a Lab Curiosity to a Serious Photovoltaic Technology
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-02-07)
Carbon-based organic semiconductors have many potential advantages like easy large-area preparation on flexible substrates, large variety of materials, and low cost. Although known for a century, organics have achieved ...
2014 COPE Fellowship Award Winners
Thomas Bougher, a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering presents "Thermal Transport in Chain-oriented Amorphous Polymers".
White OLEDs for Displays and General Lighting
Junji Kido presents a talk on the recent progress in white OLEDs. In 1993, white-light-emitting OLEDs were developed for the first time. Since then, the performance of white OLEDs has steadily improved and, today, they ...