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2012 MRS Fall Meeting Logo2012 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

November 25-30, 2012 | Boston
Meeting Chairs: Chennupati Jagadish, Thomas Lippert, Amit Misra, Eric Stach, Ting Xu

Symposium H : Small-Molecule Organic Solar Cells

2012-11-26   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Frank A. Nueesch, Swiss Federal Laboratories of Materials Science and Technology
Christoph J. Brabec, University of Erlangen
Bernard Kippelen, Georgia Institute of Technology
Dana C. Olson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Symposium Support

Aldrich Materials Science
H2/E3: Joint Session: Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells II
Session Chairs
Zhiming Wang
Monday PM, November 26, 2012
Hynes, Level 3, Ballroom A

2:30 AM - *H2.01/E3.01
Light-harvesting with Nanoscale Assemblies Incorporating Nanocrystals and Photosynthetic Molecules

Alexander O Govorov 1

1Ohio Univ Athens USA

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3:00 AM - H2.02/E3.02
High Efficiency All-solid-state Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

In Chung 1 Byunghong Lee 2 Robert P. H. Chang 2 Mercouri G. Kanatzidis 1

1Northwestern University Evanston USA2Northwestern University Evanston USA

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3:15 AM - H2.03/E3.03
Spray Deposition of CdS and PbS Quantum Dots for Efficient Semiconductor Sensitized Solar Cells

Isabella Concina 1 2 Nafiseh Memarian 4 Gurpreet Sing Selopal 2 1 Marta Maria Natile 3 Alberto Vomiero 1 2 Giorgio Sberveglieri 2 1

1CNR-IDASC Sensor Lab amp; Brescia University Brescia Italy2Brescia University Brescia Italy3Padova University Padova Italy4Semnan University Semnan Islamic Republic of Iran

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3:30 AM - H2.04/E3.04
High Efficiency Inkjet Printed DSSCs

Christopher Woodbury 1 Thad Druffel 2 Sheila Bailey 3 Delaina Amos 1

1University of Louisville Louisville USA2Conn Center for Renewable Energy Louisville USA3NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland USA

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3:45 AM - H2.05/E3.05
Back Contact Type Dye-sensitized Solar Cells with Cylinder Shape-high Efficiency Cell by Using Optical Wave Guide Effect and Their Optical Simulation

Jun Usagawa 1 Sho Noguchi 1 Jin Ohara 1 Yuehi Ogomi 1 Shyam S Pandey 1 Shuzi Hayase 1

1Kyushu Institute of Technology Wakamatsu-ku Kitakyushu Japan

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4:00 AM -
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H3: Hybrid and Organic Solar Cells, Interfaces, Electrodes
Session Chairs
Dana Olson
Monday PM, November 26, 2012
Hynes, Level 3, Room 311

4:30 AM - H3.01
Interface Phenomena and Stability Factors for Solid-state Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

Antonio Abate 1 Henry J Snaith 1

1University of Oxford Oxford United Kingdom

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4:45 AM - H3.02
Optimizing Charge Generation in Solid-state Dye-sensitized Solar Cells: The Role of Interfacial Ions and Reductive Quenching

Michael Meister 1 Ian Arthur Howard 1 Bjoern Baumeier 1 Denis Andrienko 1 Neil Pschirer 2 Ruediger Sens 2 Ingmar Bruder 2 Frederic Laquai 1

1Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Mainz Germany2BASF SE Ludwigshafen Germany

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5:00 AM - H3.03
Carrier Dynamics at Interfaces of Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Devices

Christopher Kyle Renshaw 1 Christine R Drown 1 Stephen R Forrest 1 2 3

1University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA2University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA3University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA

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5:15 AM - H3.04
Alternative, Transparent Electrodes for Organic Photovoltaics

Lars Mueller-Meskamp 1 Christoph Sachse 1 Yong Hyun Kim 1 Sylvio Schubert 1 Frederik Nehm 1 Ludwig Bormann 1 Carsten Haefner 1 Karl Leo 1 2

1Technical University Dresden Dresden Germany2Fraunhofer IPMS Dresden Germany

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5:30 AM - H3.05
Controlling Hybrid Solar Cells Open Circuit Voltage Using Binary Self-assembled Monolayers

Lee Barnea Nehoshtan 1 Pabitra K. Nayak 1 Soyoung Kim 1 Andrew Shu 2 Antoine Kahn 2 David Cahen 1

1Weizmann Institute of Sceince Rehovot Israel2Princeton University Princeton USA

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H1: Dye Sensitized Solar Cells I
Session Chairs
Frank Nuesch
Monday AM, November 26, 2012
Hynes, Level 3, Room 311

9:30 AM - H1.01
High-conversion-efficiency Porphyrin Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

Chenyi Yi 1 Nok Hoi Tsao 1 Michael Graetzel 1

1EPFL Lausanne Switzerland

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9:45 AM - H1.02
Conducting Aerogels of Fluorine-doped Tin Oxide for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

Juan Pablo Correa 1 2 Alexander George Agrios 1 2

1University of Connecticut Storrs USA2University of Connecticut Storrs USA

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10:00 AM - H1.03
New D-pi;-A Conjugated Organic Sensitizers Based on 4H-pyran-4-ylidene Donors

Santiago Franco 1 Javier Garin 1 Natalia Martinez de Baroja 1 Raquel Perez-Tejada 1 Jesus Orduna 1 Youhai Yu 2 Monica Lira-Cantu 2

1ICMA.Universidad de Zaragoza-CSIC Zaragoza Spain2CIN2 (CSIC) Bellaterra Spain

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10:15 AM - H1.04
Development of Organic Dyes Using Intramolecular Boron-nitrogen Bond as a Key Scaffold

Atsushi Wakamiya 1 2 Takuhiro Taniguchi 1 Yasujiro Murata 1 Joanne Ting Dy 3 Hiroshi Segawa 3

1Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Uji Japan2PRESTO JST Kyoto Japan3Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology Tokyo Japan

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10:30 AM - H1.05
Hybrid Organic-inorganic Solar Devices Based on the Small Molecule Organic Semiconductor Boron Subphthalocyanine Chloride and an Optimised Optical Spacer Layer

Chloe Argent Dearden 1 Stefan Schumann 1 Thomas Howells 1 Raffaello Da Campo 1 Paul Sullivan 1 Tim Jones 1

1The University of Warwick Coventry United Kingdom

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10:45 AM - H1.06
A Photophysical Study of a Barbiturate Oligomer as Sensitizer in Solid-state Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

Nicola Humphry-Baker 1 Raja Bhaskar Kanth Siram 2 Yana Vaynzof 1 Satish Patil 2 Richard H Friend 1

1University of Cambridge Cambridge United Kingdom2Indian Institute of Science Bangalore India

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11:00 AM -
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11:30 AM - *H1.07
Mesoscopic Solar Cells for the Generation of Electricity from Sunlight

Chenyi Yi 1 Michael Graetzel 1

1Ecole Polytechnique Famp;#233;damp;#233;rale de Lausanne Lausanne Switzerland

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12:00 PM - H1.08
Spectral Engineering of Dye-sensitized Solar Cells by Integration of Optimized, Highly Efficient beta;-NaYF4:Er3+,Yb3+ Upconversion Phosphors

Nathan Dyck 1 Hassane Assaaoudi 1 Guo-Bin Shan 1 George Demopoulos 1

1McGill University Montreal Canada

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12:15 PM - H1.09
Photoelectrochemical Properties and Interfacial Charge Transfer Kinetics of BODIPY-sensitized TiO2 Electrode

Hongwei Geng 1 Caleb M. Hill 1 Shanlin Pan 1

1The University of Alabama Tuscaloosa USA

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12:30 PM - H1.10
Step-wise Injection Concept to Block the Electron Recombination in Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

Aravind Kumar Chandiran 1 Mohammad Khaja Nazeeruddin 1 Michael Graetzel 1

1Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) Lausanne Switzerland

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12:45 PM - H1.11
Molecular Engineering of Organic Dye Sensitizers for Improved Recombination Lifetime in Solid-state Dye-sensitized Solar Cells

William Nguyen 1 Colin Bailie 2 Michael Graetzel 3 Alan Sellinger 2 Michael McGehee 2

1Stanford University Stanford USA2Stanford University Stanford USA3amp;#201;cole Polytechnique Famp;#233;damp;#233;rale de Lausanne Lausanne Switzerland

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2012-11-27   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Frank A. Nueesch, Swiss Federal Laboratories of Materials Science and Technology
Christoph J. Brabec, University of Erlangen
Bernard Kippelen, Georgia Institute of Technology
Dana C. Olson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Symposium Support

Aldrich Materials Science
H5: New Materials I
Session Chairs
Klaus Meerholz
Jean Roncali
Tuesday PM, November 27, 2012
Hynes, Level 3, Room 311

2:30 AM - *H5.01
Small Molecule, Non-fullerene Electron Acceptors for Channel I and Channel II Photocurrent Generation in Organic Solar Cells

Paul Meredith 1 Yuan Fang 1 Ajay Pandey 1 Paul L Burn 1 Nikos Kopidakis 2 Alex M Nardes 2

1University of Queensland Brisbane Australia2National Renewable Energy Laboratory Golden USA

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3:00 AM - H5.02
Energy Sensitization of Fullerene in Organic Photovoltaics

Cong Trinh 1 George Burkhard 2 Michael D McGehee 2 Peter I Djurovich 1 Mark E Thompson 1

1University of Southern California Los Angeles USA2Stanford University Stanford USA

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3:15 AM - H5.03
Inverted Cyanine Organic Solar Cells

Bin Fan 1

1Weihua Solar Co. Ltd Xiamen China

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3:30 AM - H5.04
Efficient Devices with Large Open-circuit Voltages Greater than 1V Using Non-fullerene Acceptor Molecule HPI-BT

Jason Bloking 1 Andrew T. Higgs 1 Alan Sellinger 1 Michael D. McGehee 1

1Stanford University Stanford USA

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3:45 AM - H5.05
Ordered Bulk-heterojunction Solar Cells with Self-organizing Small Molecular Semiconductors

Kyohei Nakano 1 Yukiko Takayashiki 1 Takayuki Usui 1 Hiroaki Iino 1 Jun-ichi Hanna 1

1Imaging Science and Engineering Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology Yokohama, Kanagawa Japan

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4:00 AM -
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4:30 AM - *H5.06
Plasmonic-enhanced Molecular Organic Solar Cells

Qiaoqiang Gan 1 Filbert J Bartoli 2 Zakya H Kafafi 2 3

1University at Buffalo Buffalo USA2Lehigh University Bethlehem USA3National Science Foundatiom Alexandria USA

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5:00 AM - H5.07
Tandem Organic Photovoltaics Using Both Solution and Vacuum Deposited Small Molecules

Brian E Lassiter 1 Jeramy D. Zimmerman 2 Xin Xiao 2 Stephen R. Forrest 1 2 3

1University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA2University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA3University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA

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5:15 AM - H5.08
Bilayer Squaraine/C60 Devices with near Unity Exciton-to-extracted Current Efficiency

Jeramy D. Zimmerman 1 Dejiu Fan 1 Mark E. Thompson 4 Stephen R. Forrest 1 2 3

1University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA2University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA3University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA4University of Southern California Los Angeles USA

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5:30 AM - H5.9
Solution-processable Bulk-heterojunction Solar Cell Based on Liquid Crystalline Phthalocyanine

Masanori Ozaki 1 Tetsuro Hori 1 Dao Quang Duy 1 Tetsuya Masuda 1 Kaoru Fukumura 1 Fabien Nekelson 1 3 Toshiya Kamikado 1 Makoto Yoneya 2 Yo Shimizu 3 Akihiko Fujii 1

1Osaka University Suita Japan2AIST Tsukuba Japan3AIST Ikeda Japan

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5:45 AM - H5.10
Solution Processed Small Molecule:Fullerene Bulk-heterojunction Solar Cells Studied by Impedance Spectroscopy: What is Limiting the Fill-factor?

Antonio Guerrero 1 Stephen Loser 2 Germa Garcia-Belmonte 1 Tobin J. Marks 2 Juan Bisquert 1

1Universidad Jaume I Castellamp;#243;n de la Plana Spain2Northwestern University Evanston USA

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H4: Characterization, Morphology, Architecture
Session Chairs
Christoph Brabec
James Durrant
Tuesday AM, November 27, 2012
Hynes, Level 3, Room 311

9:30 AM - *H4.01
Understanding and Controlling Bulk Heterojunction Morphology in Small Molecule Organic Solar Cells

Karl Leo 1

1Technische Universitamp;#228;t Dresden Dresden Germany

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10:00 AM - H4.02
Fundamental Aspects of Organic Heterostructure Formation Examined Using Supersonic Molecular Techniques and In situ Real Time X-Ray Synchrotron Radiation

Edward Kish 1 Arthur Woll 2 James Engstrom 1

1Cornell University Ithaca USA2Cornell University Ithaca USA

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10:15 AM - H4.03
New Experimental Method to Precisely Examine the LUMO Levels of Organic Semiconductors and Application to the Fullerene Derivatives

Yoshida Hiroyuki 1 2

1Kyoto University Uji Japan2Japan Science and Technology Agency, PRESTO Kawaguchi Japan

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10:30 AM - H4.04
Solvent Additive Effect in Record High Solution Processable Small Molecule Based Organic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells

Louis A Perez 1 4 James T Rogers 1 4 Guillermo C Bazan 1 2 4 Edward J Kramer 1 3 4

1University of California - Santa Barbara Santa Barbara USA2University of California - Santa Barbara Santa Barbara USA3University of California - Santa Barbara Santa Barbara USA4University of California - Santa Barbara Santa Barbara USA

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10:45 AM - H4.05
Field-dependent Recombination Losses in Small Molecule Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells: The Origin of Low Fill Factor in Diketopyrrolopyrrole Based Systems

Christopher Michael Proctor 1 Chun Ki Kim 2 Thuc-Quyen Nguyen 2

1University of California Santa Barbara USA2University of California Santa Barbara USA

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11:00 AM -
Break

11:30 AM - *H4.06
From Nanostructure to High Efficiency Organic Photovoltaics

Stephen Forrest 2 1 3 Jeramy Zimmerman 2 Kyle Renshaw 1 Brian Lassiter 3 Xin Xiao 2

1University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA2University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA3University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA

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12:00 PM - H4.07
Study of Relationships between Molecular Structure, Morphology, and Device Properties in Small Molecule:Fullerene Blends

Benjamin Hardy Wunsch 1 Mariacristina Rumi 1 David Bucknall 2 Seth Marder 1

1Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta USA2Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta USA

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12:15 PM - H4.08
Snow Cleaning of Substrates Increases Yield of Large-area Organic Photovoltaics

Nana Wang 1 4 Jeramy D. Zimmerman 1 Xiaoran Tong 2 Xin Xiao 1 Junsheng Yu 4 Stephen R. Forrest 1 2 3

1University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA2University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA3University of Michigan Ann Arbor USA4University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) Chengdu China

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12:30 PM - *H4.09
Small Molecule OPV with Enhanced Practical Properties - Efficiency, Lifetime and Harvesting Factor

Karsten Walzer 1

1Heliatek GmbH Dresden Germany

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2012-11-28   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Frank A. Nueesch, Swiss Federal Laboratories of Materials Science and Technology
Christoph J. Brabec, University of Erlangen
Bernard Kippelen, Georgia Institute of Technology
Dana C. Olson, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Symposium Support

Aldrich Materials Science
H7: New Materials II
Session Chairs
Paul Meredith
Zakya Kafafi
Wednesday PM, November 28, 2012
Hynes, Level 3, Room 311

2:30 AM - *H7.01
Structural Design of Molecular Donors for Organic Solar Cells

Jean Roncali 1

1CNRS Angers France

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3:00 AM - H7.02
Structural and Electronic Properties of Co-evaporated Doped Organic Thin Films

Daniela Donhauser 1 2 Martin Pfannmoeller 3 Levin Dieterle 1 2 Mustapha Al-Helwi 4 5 2 Tobias Glaser 4 2 Annemarie Pucci 4 2 Katrin Schultheiss 1 2 Rasmus R. Schroeder 3 2 Wolfgang Kowalsky 1 2 Michael Kroeger 1 2

1TU Braunschweig Braunschweig Germany2InnovationLab GmbH Heidelberg Germany3University of Heidelberg Heidelberg Germany4University of Heidelberg Heidelberg Germany5BASF SE Ludwigshafen Germany

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3:15 AM - H7.03
Computational Electronic Structure Studies to Design Small Molecules for Organic Photovoltaic Applications

Ross Larsen 1 Wade Braunecker 1 Zbyslaw Owczarczyk 1 Nikos Kopidakis 1 Scott Hammond 1 Peter Graf 1 Craig Swank 1 David Ginley 1 Dana Olson 1

1National Renewable Energy Laboratory Golden USA

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3:30 AM - H7.04
Small Molecule Porphyrin Dyads with Conjugated Bithiophene Linker for Organic Solar Cell Development

Graham S. Collier 1 Reynolds J. Ivins 1 Michael G. Walter 1

1University of North Carolina at Charlotte Charlotte USA

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3:45 AM - H7.05
Solution Processed Bi-layer Small Molecular Weight Solar Cells with High Open-circuit Voltage

Olga Malinkiewicz 1 Thais Grancha 1 Agustin Molina Ontoria 1 Martijn Lenes 1 Hicham Brine 1 Alejandra Soriano 1 Henk J. Bolink 1

1University of Valencia Paterna (Valencia) Spain

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4:00 AM -
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4:30 AM - *H7.06
Simple, High-efficiency Vacuum-processed Merocyanine Solar Cells

K. Meerholz 1 S. M. Graf 1 T. Umbach 1 J. Krumrain 1 N. M. Kronenberg 1 M. R. Lenze 1 H. Buerckstuemmer 2 M. Deppisch 2 D. Hertel 1 F. Wuerthner 2

1University of Cologne Cologne Germany2University of Wamp;#252;rzburg Am Hubland Germany

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5:00 AM - H7.07
Crystal Design for Organic Photovoltaic Acceptors

Matthew James Bruzek 1 Sean R. Parkin 1 John E. Anthony 1

1University of Kentucky Lexington USA

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5:15 AM - H7.08
Solution Processed Small Molecules Using Different Electron Linkages for High Performance Solar Cells

Yongsheng Liu 1 Ryo Kokubu 1 Chunchao Chen 1 Eric Richard 1 Letian Dou 1 Gang Li 1 Yang Yang 1 2

1University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles USA2University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles USA

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H6: Solar Cell Physics I
Session Chairs
Dana Olson
Thuc-Quyen Nguyen
Wednesday AM, November 28, 2012
Hynes, Level 3, Room 311

9:30 AM - H6.01
Quantitative Relation between Open-circuit Voltage and Effective Donor-acceptor Gap

Johannes Widmer 1 Max Tietze 1 Karl Leo 1 Moritz Riede 1

1TU Dresden Dresden Germany

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9:45 AM - H6.02
Exciton Self-trapping and Stark Effect in the Optical Response of Pentacene Crystals from First Principles

David A Strubbe 1 2 3 Sahar Sharifzadeh 4 Jeffrey B. Neaton 4 Steven G. Louie 1 2 4

1University of California, Berkeley Berkeley USA2Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley USA3Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA4Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley USA

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10:00 AM - H6.03
Tandem Small Molecule Organic Solar Cells with Broad Spectral Coverage and High Open-circuit Voltage

John Mudrick 1 Jiangeng Xue 1

1University of Florida Gainesville USA

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10:15 AM - H6.04
High Efficiency Singlet Fission Efficiency in Pentacene Photovoltaic Cells

Nicholas Thompson 1 Eric Hontz 3 Daniel Congreve 2 Shane Yost 3 Jiye Lee 2 Philip Reusswig 2 Troy Van Voorhis 3 Marc Baldo 2

1Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA2Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA3Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA

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10:30 AM - *H6.05
Correlating Recombination Dynamics and Device Performance in Organic Solar Cells

James Durrant 1

1Imperial College London London United Kingdom

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11:00 AM -
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11:30 AM - H6.06
Triplet Exciton Dissociation in Singlet Exciton Fission-enhanced Photovoltaics

Priya J. Jadhav 1 Patrick R. Brown 2 Nicholas J. Thompson 3 Benjamin H. Wunsch 4 Aseema Mohanty 1 Shane R. Yost 5 Eric R. Hontz 5 Troy van Voorhis 5 Moungi G. Bawendi 5 Vladimir Bulovic 1 Marc A. Baldo 1

1Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA2Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA3Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA4Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta USA5Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge USA

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11:45 AM - H6.07
Thermodynamic Efficiency Limit of Molecular Donor-acceptor Solar Cells

Wolfgang Bruetting 1 Mark Gruber 1 Julia Wagner 1 Ulrich Hoermann 1 Stefan Grob 1 Andreas Opitz 2

1University of Augsburg Augsburg Germany2Humboldt University of Berlin Berlin Germany

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12:00 PM - H6.08
Structural Control of Phthalocyanines Using Templating Layers

David Cheyns 1 Bregt Verreet 1 Karolien Vasseur 1 Barry B.P. Rand 1

1imec Leuven Belgium

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12:15 PM - H6.09
Cyanine Dyes in Solid State Organic Heterojunction Solar Cells

Jakob Heier 1 Hui Zhang 1 Frank Namp;#252;esch 1

1EMPA (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research) Duebendorf Switzerland

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12:30 PM - *H6.10
Towards Multifunctional Wet Chemically Functionalized Graphene - Integration of Oligomeric, Molecular, and Particulate Building Blocks

Dirk Guldi 1

1University of Erlangen Erlangen Germany

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2012-11-29   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Frank A. Nueesch, Swiss Federal Laboratories of Materials Science and Technology
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