This course will focus on principal knowledge of the organic electronics materials. This course aims to give an overview of the molecular requirements, the synthesis, and the basic properties of both low molecular weight organic as well as polymer materials aimed at electronic applications, such as organic semiconducting, light-emitting, and photovoltaic materials and devices. The goal of this course is to establish the basic knowledge of composite materials science for students and to further connect the erudition to related future researches. Three lectures per week for one semester.
1. Charge transport and injection in amorphous organic semiconductors.
2. Magnetic field effects in organic semiconducting materials and devices.
3. Interface in organic semiconductor devices: dipole, doping, band bending, and growth.
4. Electrical characterization of organic electronic materials and devices.
5. Physical and chemical aspects of organic electronics.
1. Introduction to electronic interactions of organic molecules, charge carrier generation and transport.
2. The most important classes of molecules for organic electronic materials.
3. Overview of organic electronic devices and their fabrication.