The Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics group, headed by Prof. Aram Amassian, seeks to enable low-cost, large-area, plastic-based electronic and photovoltaic technologies by contributing fundamental and applied knowledge to key areas, including 
  1. design and discovery of new, high performance molecular materials for electronics and energy applications;
  2. advanced multiscale characterization and imaging of organic materials and their surfaces, interfaces, and blends;
  3. in situ, time-resolved investigation of low-cost solution processes;
  4. fabrication and testing of thin film transistors and solar cells, focusing on establishing a process-structure-property-performance relationship.