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Science
06.10.2014

ILC MSU Seminar

October 10, 2014 
15:00 S.A. Akhmanov Hall, KNO

Dr. Sargis Ter-Avetisyan ...   




Education
20.09.2009

LGS - 2009

3-d International Laser Graduate School "Modern Problems of Laser Physics LGS-2009"  
Moscow – Vyatichi, November 9 – 11, 2009.


Seminar
12.03.2014

ILC and GPWP Chair Seminar

March 21, 2014
15:00 S.A. Akhmanov Hall, Nonlinear Optics Bld.

Alexander Pukhov...


Home Science and education Scientific Laboratories Laboratory of photophysics of organic materials

Laboratory of photophysics of organic materials

Staff
Ph.D. students
Students
Science interests
  • organic solar cells photophysics of semiconducting polymers and conjugated carbon materials (fullerenes, nanotubes, etc.) optical spectroscopy

Grants
All laboratory`s grants


History
  • About 20 years ago our team launched the spectroscopy studies of semiconducting (conjugated) polymers that are promising materials for organic electronics. In recent years, we have also started research in the field of organic solar cells.

Skill
  • The students could investigate the key physical processes in organic solar cells: light absorption, charge generation, their migration, recombination and collection at the device electrodes. The students will acquire skills in optical spectroscopy methods for semiconducting organic and carbon materials: photoluminescence, Raman, electroabsorption, photoinduced absorption, etc. They could prepare organic solar cell samples that includes: cleaning of substrates and preparation of initial solutions, thin film deposition of active and intermediate layers by using dry (vacuum) and wet (from solutions) methods, electrode deposition, and finally encapsulation. The students will learn to work with the samples in clean inert atmosphere by using gloveboxes. Computer inspired students can learn programming microcontrollers, automating experiments, collecting and managing the experimental data, and/or improving their numerical modeling skills. The students will significantly expand their background by closely collaborating with chemists that develop new semiconducting organic and carbon nanomaterials.

Contacts
Phone: (495)939-22-28
Room: 509, 510, 511 КНО
Lab's website: http://sunhen.phys.msu.ru/

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