Hybrid perovskite single crystals. Hybrid perovskites have become the subject of an intense research worldwide for their use in solar cells. Our group here at Rutgers has performed the first Hall effect studies of intrinsic charge carrier mobility and carrier recombination dynamics in these important class of materials. The paper appeared in Nature Comm. on Aug. 1, 2016.
Ref.: Y. Chen et al., Nature Comm. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms12253 (2016).
Research Associate Hee Taek Yi and Prof. Vitaly Podzorov in the lab, working on organic and flexible electronics.
Molecular structure of Rubrene, the benchmark organic semiconductor used for fundamental and applied research in Organic Electronics, whose amazing electronic properties were discovered at Rutgers.
Organic single-crystal field effect transistors based on Rubrene (OFETs). Rubrene OFETs, developed for the first time at Rutgers, represent the highest performance organic electronic devices to date.