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Physical Principles of Organic and Hybrid Photovoltaics
Organic/hybrid optoelectronic devices have drawn the attention of both the academic and industrial research communities due to the potential for a low-cost, large area, solution processible technology alternative to conventional inorganic optoelectronics.
Today's more complex and multi-domain challenges in optoelectronics and energy research require an interdisciplinary approach which combines physics, material science and engineering. To tackle these challenges, we utilize a wide arsenal of scientific techniques, which in combination with device fabrication and measurement enable us to understand the physical principles governing the device operation in direct relation to its function and performance.