Poster Contribution

 

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Presenter name

Institution

Poster Title


Inorganic, Organic and Hybrid Photovoltaics

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Julien Warnan

KAUST

Poly(benzo[1,2-b:4,5-b′]dithiophene-thieno[3,4-C]pyrrole-4,6-dione) (PBDTTPD) analogs for efficient solar cells

2

Kui Zhao

KAUST

Solution-processed copper iodide interlayer for polymer solar cells

3

Guy Olivier Ngongang Ndjawa

KAUST

Investigation of intermixing in organic bilayer solar cells by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

4

Lethy Krishnan Jagadamma

KAUST

Solution processed ZnO and MoOx thin films for organic photovoltaics

5

Thomas Phillips

Imperial College London

Flow synthesis of silver nanowires for low cost and high performance transparent conducting electrodes

6

Koen Vandewal

Stanford University

Increased open-circuit voltage of organic solar cells by reduced donor-acceptor interface area

7

Andrew Bartynski

University of Southern California

The application of blended C60 films in lamellar heterojunction organic photovoltaics

8

Abdulrahman  El Labban

KAUST

Tuning the self-assembly of poly(benzo[1,2-b:4,5-b′]dithiophene-thieno[3,4-c]pyrrole-4,6-dione) (PBDTTPD) for efficient solar cells

9

Eleni Pavlopoulou

Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux

Block-copolymers for optimized active layer morphology in organic photovoltaics

10

Kenneth  Graham

KAUST/ Stanford University

The importance of donor-acceptor interactions in the performance of organic photovoltaic cells

11

Colin David Baillie

Stanford University

Semitransparent perovskite solar cells for multijunction photovoltaics

12

Gregory Su

University of California Santa Barbara

Linking morphology and performance of organic solar cells based on decacyclene triimide acceptors

13

Robert Eric McAnally

University of Southern California

Employing two-from-one in organic photovoltaics: Investigations of novel singlet fission material systems probed via ultra-fast laser spectroscopy

14

Pierre  Boufflet

Imperial College London

Thiophene fluorination of low band gap donor-acceptor polymer to improve photovoltaic performance

15

Sonya Mollinger

Stanford University

Charge transfer states in fullerene-based solar cells

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Maged Abdelsamie

​KAUST
In-situ UV-Vis absorption: a new probe for monitoring kinetics of film formation and evolution of phases during spin coating of bulk hetero-junction solar cells

17

Sarah Conron

University of Southern California

Utilization of boron-dipyrromethenes as donors in lamellar organic solar cells

18

Chad Risko

Georgia Tech

The functional dependence of the dynamics, morphology, and photovoltaic performance of polymer:acene bulk-heterojunctions on acene molecular structure

19

Rahim  Munir

KAUST

Study of spin coated perovskite active layer (MAPbI3) for high efficiency solar cells

20

Sjoerd Hoogland

University of Toronto

Nanostructured gold electrodes for absorption enhancement in colloidal quantum dot solar cells

21

Diane Wu

Stanford University

Improving upconverting materials for enhanced light absorption in photovoltaics

22

Manuela Russo

Imperial College London

A solar battery based on titanium oxide hydrates-polyalcohol hybrids

23

Zhijun Ning

University of Toronto

Reactor synthesis of colloidal quantum dots, colloidally stable nanoparticle inks, and high-performance CQD solar cells

24

Ala’a  El-Ballouli

KAUST

Real-time observation of ultrafast intraband relaxation and exciton multiplication in PbS quantum dots

25

Olga Wodo

Iowa State University

Injecting computational thinking to understand morphology evolution during fabrication of organic thin films

26

Ahmad Kirmani

KAUST

The roles of solvent, ligand, and cross-linker during solid-state colloidal quantum dot film formation

27

Alberto Scaccabarozzi

Imperial College London

Organic semiconducting: insulating blends for optoelectronic applications

28

Oleksandr Voznyy

University of Toronto

Dynamic trap formation and adaptive passivation in colloidal quantum dots

29

Hauke Harms

Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

In situ investigation of adsorption of dye and chenodeoxycholic acid on TiO2 films using QCM-D, fluorescence and AFM techniques

30

Ester Buchaca Domingo

Imperial College London

Additive-assisted supramolecular manipulation of polymer:fullerene blend phase morphologies and its influence on photophysical processes

31

Jun Pan

KAUST

Automated synthesis of photovoltaic-quality colloidal PbS quantum dots using separate nucleation and growth stages


Electronics

32

Jhonathan Prieto Rojas

KAUST

Transformational electronics on flexible and transparent bulk silicon (100) for physical modeling of brain-type computing

33

Mohammed Adnan  Khan

KAUST

All-polymer bistable resistive memory device based on nanoscale phase-separated PCBM-ferroelectric blends

34

Liyang  Yu

KAUST

In situ methods of monitoring solution processing for organic electronics

35

Galo Torres Sevilla

KAUST

Transformational electronics on flexible and transparent mono-crystalline silicon (100) for energy harvesting and storage

36

Pichaya Pattanasattayavong

Imperial College London

P-type transistors and circuits based on the transparent inorganic semiconductor copper(I) thiocyanate processed from solution at room temperature

37

Pradipta Nayak

KAUST

Single step deposition of n- and p-type tin oxide thin films for CMOS applications

38

Muhammad Rizwan Niazi

KAUST

High performance organic field effect transistors based on solution processed small molecular insulating polymer blends by blade coating

39

Robert Maller

Imperial College London

Spray pyrolysis of transparent conductive aluminium doped zinc oxide (AZO)

40

Simon Hunter

Imperial College London

Observation of unusual, highly conductive grain boundaries in organic small-molecule / polymer blend films probed by lateral-transport conductive-AFM

41

Basab Chattapadhyay

University Libre de Bruxelles

Substrate-Induced Phase in a discotic liquid crystal

42

Jesus Alfonso Caraveo-Frescas

KAUST

High performance nonvolatile memory using transparent p-type oxide semiconductor SnO and organic ferroelectric layer

43

Veaceslav Coropceanu

Georgia Tech

The effect of static and dynamic disorder on charge transport in organic molecular semiconductors

44

Yoann Porte

Imperial College London

Structural, morphological and electronic properties of Zn doped SnO2 thin films

45

Yuki Noda

AIST, Japan

Initial microfluid dynamics in double-shot inkjet printing process

46

Ji Hoon

KAUST

Stability-improved organic n-channel thin-film transistors with thin hydrophobic polymer-coated high-k dielectrics

47

Hanlin Hu

KAUST

The influence of solvent effect and molecular weight on the entanglement of conjugated polymer chains


Optoelectronic Processes and Applications

48

Luca Occhi

Imperial College London

Development of solution-processable, conductive and high-refractive index hybrid systems for optoelectronics applications

49

Ahmed Ben Slimane

KAUST

Selective electro-chemical etching process for flexible solid state light emitting devices

50

Irene Votta

Imperial College London

Refractive-index control in solution processable, mixed metal hydrate hybrid materials for low-loss photonic applications





 



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