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The Nanoscience Centre

Cambridge University nanofabrication and characterisation facility

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Optoelectronics Group

Professor Sir Richard Friend

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Department of Physics
Optoelectronics Group

WWW: http://www.oe.phy.cam.ac.uk/

e-mail: rhf10'at'cam.ac.uk

Investigation of the fundamental semiconductor properties of novel polymer materials using a variety of techniques, with particular interest in charge injection and transport in LEDs and solar cells.

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Dr Neil Greenham

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Quantum-confined luminescence from CdSe nanocrystals of different sizes.

Department of Physics
Optoelectronics Group

WWW: http://www.oe.phy.cam.ac.uk/

e-mail: ncg11'at'cam.ac.uk

Interests: electronic properties of conjugated organic materials; also synthesis, characterisation and electrical properties of inorganic semiconductor nanocrystals.

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Professor Henning Sirringhaus

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An all-polymer thin film transistor fabricated by high-resolution direct inkjet printing.

Department of Physics
Optoelectronics Group

WWW: http://www.oe.phy.cam.ac.uk/fet/people/hs220/

e-mail: hs220'at'cam.ac.uk

The solution self-asssembly of ordered structures of electroactive polymer, characterisation of their electronic properties, and use in molecular and thin film electronic devices.

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