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Our group focuses on the fundamental photophysic properties of organic semiconductors, and how these properties impact the performance of optoelectronic devices. The ultrafast exciton kinetics including radiative and non-radiative processes are investigated in the molecular level, based on transient absorption and time-resolved photoluminescence techniques, to realize efficient and operational stable optoelectronic devices. Specifically, we are interested in:
- Ultrafast photophysics of semiconducting materials with thermally activated delayed fluorescence, room temperature phosphorescence and/or stimulated emission.
- Device development such as light emitting diodes, organic solar cells and organic photodiodes.
If you want to ask for any collaboration and/or position possibility, please directly contact the group leader Yungui Li via email (liy@...).
On behalf of all members, we welcome you to our group!
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Optial properties of organic semiconductors