Category Archives: papers
Zakiya AL-Busaidi’s recent paper in Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells is the subject of a new article by Renewable Energy Global Innovations. Read more about their take on our work here.
A new review on charge transport in organic semiconductors and devices has been published in Reports on Progress in Physics. This review was invited by Prof Mark Geoghegan of Sheffield University and covers the application of simulations to a variety … Continue reading
We have published a new paper in Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells in which we report a significant improvement in lifetime of P3HT:PCBM solar cells by blending with inert PMMA. We show that the PMMA forms columns in the … Continue reading
We have published a new Paper in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C in which we examine the relationship between morphology and charge transport in semicrystalline conjugated polymers, specifically P3HT. In it we generate realistic morphologies using a course-grained molecular … Continue reading
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
Our recent article on Hot Charge Transfer states was selected to be on the cover of PCCP. Well done to Matt on the paper and a very good job on the cover!
Our paper on Hot Charge Transfer States has been selected as a Hot article by PCCP and is free for download for a limited time.
We have recently published a new paper in an special issue of Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics looking at the efficacy of hot charge transfer states in organic photovoltaic devices (OPVs). Using a Kinetic Monte Carlo model we show that experimental … Continue reading
A number of the publications generated by our group are open access, either in post-edited or pre-print form. To find these papers go to Durham Research Online. Please note that sometimes papers have specific copyright conditions but these are listed … 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