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EEL spans over a broad range of Molecular Optoelectronics based on emerging optoelectronic/photonic/energy materials including graphene, organic, polymeric, and organic-inorganic hybrid Semiconductors. Utilizing the chemical versatility of those materials, our primary focus has been the ground state engineering of their nano/micro-structures and the Excited State Engineering of their ultrafast dynamics. Ultimately, the goal is to overcome the predominant non-ideality of the materials and reach toward their theoretical limits. By doing so, we can realize a highly functioning material platform that can generate predictable, transferrable, reliable, and homogeneous properties. We believe it will have a great impact on future electronics such as solar cells, light emitting diodes, photosensors, optical switching and optoelectronic computing.
"Dilution Effect Enabled Highly Efficient Multiple-Component Organic Solar Cells" by Sae Byeok Jo,† Alex K.-Y. Jen* and coworkers, Nature Nanotechnology, 2021 (In press)
"A General Chelation Route for Eco-friendly 3D printing of Metals" by Sae Byeok Jo*, Jeong Ho Cho* coworkers, Nature Communications, 2021 (In press)
"Monolithic Tandem Multicolor Image Sensor Based on Electrochromic Color-Radix Demultiplexing" by Young Jin Choi, Sae Byeok Jo*, Jeong Ho Cho* Advanced Materials, 2021, 2102725, DOI: 10.1002/adma.202102725