Category Archives: noise
Following the work of Aled Williams, who examined how noise can be used to investigate morphology in unipolar diodes, we have published a further paper investigating whether the technique can be extended to bipolar devices where both electron and hole … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kenichi on his accepted abstract at the second Next Generation Photovoltaics conference in Groningen (28th June – 1st July). If you’re going then be sure to see his talk to hear about our latest work about how noise … Continue reading
We have published a new paper in which we examine the use of noise spectroscopy to characterise blend morphology in P3HT:PS diodes. In it we show that we can differentiate electrically between networks which are homogeneous and heterogeneous, possibly opening up … Continue reading
Dr Aled Williams recently presented our work on Noise Spectroscopy in P3HT and P3HT:PS blends at the conference on Next Generation Organic Photovoltaics at Groningen University. This work will be submitted as a publication soon.
We are very happy to welcome both Matt Jones and Kenichi Kaku to the group! Matt recently obtained a 1st class honours degree in Physics from Durham and is now working towards a PhD degree. He will be primarily involved … Continue reading
We have won EPSRC Strategic Partnership funding to support our collaboration with CPI! This will enable us to examine the industrial applications of our experimental techniques.
We are happy to welcome Aled Williams to Durham! He recently finished his PhD studies in the Department of Chemistry in Bangor University and now will be working on noise spectroscopy of organic electronic devices.