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Symposium MD5 : Fundamentals of Organic Semiconductors—Synthesis, Morphology, Devices and Theory

2016-03-29   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Alejandro L. Briseno, University of Massachusetts
Aram Amassian, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Iain McCulloch, Imperial College London
Özlem Usluer, Konya Necmettin Erbakan University

Symposium Support

ACS Applied Materials amp
Interfaces | American Chemical Society
Aldrich Materials Science
MD5.1: Theory, Computation and Transport
Session Chairs
Aram Amassian
Iain McCulloch
Tuesday PM, March 29, 2016
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 102 AB

1:30 PM - *MD5.1.01
Impact of Polymer/Fullerene Intermolecular Interactions on the Performance of Organic Solar Cells

Jean-Luc Bredas 1

1 KAUST Thuwal Saudi Arabia,

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2:00 PM - MD5.1.02
Developing Chemical Insight as to How Molecular Structure Drives the Solid-State Packing of Organic Semiconductor

Chad Risko 1

1 University of Kentucky Lexington United States,

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2:15 PM - MD5.1.03
Ab Initio Investigations on the Donor-Acceptor Interface in Organic Photovoltaics

Hossein Hashemi 1,Michael Waters 1,John Kieffer 1

1 Univ of Michigan Ann Arbor United States,

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2:30 PM - MD5.1.04
Energy Level Control in Organic Salts for Efficient, Deep Near-Infrared Organic and Transparent Photovoltaics

John Suddard-Bangsund 1,Margaret Young 1,Tyler Patrick 1,Christopher Traverse 1,Natalia Pajares Chamorro 3,Richard Lunt 2

1 Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Michigan State University East Lansing United States,1 Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Michigan State University East Lansing United States,3 Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Madrid Spain1 Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Michigan State University East Lansing United States,2 Department of Physics and Astronomy Michigan State University East Lansing United States

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2:45 PM -

3:15 PM - MD5.1.05
Organic Donor-Acceptor Charge-Transfer Semiconductors: A Theoretical Characterization of the Microscopic Parameters

Veaceslav Coropceanu 1

1 School of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta United States,

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3:30 PM -

3:45 PM - MD5.1.07
Experimental and Modeling Studies of Charge Transport and Recombination Mechanisms in Fullerene-Based Organic Solar Cells

Liang Xu 1,Jian Wang 1,Yun-Ju Lee 1,Julia Hsu 1

1 Univ of Texas-Dallas Richardson United States,

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4:00 PM - MD5.1.08
2-Dimensional Series Resistance Modeling of Thin-Film Solar Cells and Modules: Influence on the Geometry-Dependent Efficiency

Marco Seeland 2,Roland Roesch 1,Harald Hoppe 1,Felix Herrmann-Westendorf 1

2 TU Ilmenau Ilmenau Germany,1 Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena Jena Germany

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4:15 PM - MD5.1.09
How the Energetic Landscape in the Mixed Phase of Organic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells Evolves with Fullerene Content

Rohit Prasanna 1,Sean Sweetnam 1,Tim Burke 1,Jonathan Bartelt 1,Michael McGehee 1

1 Stanford Univ Stanford United States,

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4:30 PM - *MD5.1.10
Modifying the Optoelectronic Properties of Rubrene by Strain

Sahar Sharifzadeh 1,Ashwin Ramasubramaniam 2

1 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Boston University Boston United States,2 Department of Mechanical amp; Industrial Engineering University of Massachusetts Amherst Boston United States

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MD5.2: Poster Session I
Session Chairs
Tuesday PM, March 29, 2016
Sheraton, Third Level, Phoenix Ballroom

8:00 PM - MD5.2.01
Lacunary Polyoxometalates as Effective Electron Conducting Layers for Improving Efficiency in Organic Optoelectronics

Yasemin Topal 2,Marinos Tountas 1,Maria Vasilopoulou 1,Mahmut Kus 2,Mustafa Ersoz 2

2 Selcuk University Advanced Technology Research and Application Center Konya Turkey,1 Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INN), National Center for Scientific Athens Greece

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8:00 PM - MD5.2.02
Towards Reliable and Fully Automated Estimation of Fundamental Properties of Molecules Suitable for Organic Solar Cells Using State-of-the-Art DFT

Torsten Sachse 1,Benjamin Dietzek 2,Martin Presselt 2

1 Institute of Physical Chemistry Friedrich Schiller University Jena Jena Germany,1 Institute of Physical Chemistry Friedrich Schiller University Jena Jena Germany,2 Department of Spectroscopy/Imaging Leibnitz Institute of Photonic Technology Jena Germany

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