The EU H2020-pathfinder proposal SCOLED has been awarded. In this project, we will develop nanophotonic OLEDs together with researchers from Aalto University (Prof. Törma), Turku University (Dr. Daskalakis), The University of Exeter (Prof. Barnes), and The Autonoma University of Madrid (Dr. Feist).
Using a unique optical pump-THz near-field microscopy, we have measured the sheet conductance in WS2 micro-crystals despite their small size compared to the wavelength of THz radiation. Read more here.
Using an evolutionary method, we have simulated the optimum parameters of nanoparticles in arrays for maximum light absorption in organic solar cells. Read more here.
In collaboration with the group of Gerrit Groenhof (University of Jyväskylä), we have demonstrated enhanced exciton transport by strong coupling of tetracene crystals and nanoparticle arrays. You can read more here.
Our manuscipt Electric tuning and switching of the resonant response of nanoparticle arrays with liquid crystals, published by the Journal of Applied Physics, has been selected as an Editors’ highlight. You can read more in this AIP Scilight.