The Moule group at UC Davis performs interdisciplinary research in the general area of Organic Electronics. More specifically we are interested in performing new types of measurements on these samples to expand the characterization tool kit for the community at large. UClabFees funding is to develop Electron Tomography (ET) for the 3D characterization of PbSe quantum dot superlattices. We have DOE-BES funding to develop the use of inelastic neutron scattering (INS) measurements to quantify dynamic disorder and predict charge mobility in organic semiconductors. We have and NSF-SNM grant to use DISC patterning techniques to generate short channel transistors made with all polymer materials. Finally we have an NSF-CBET grant to pattern organic photovoltaic devices in order to more efficiently trap near-IR light.
This group is dedicated to the idea that Science is “fun” and accessable to everyone.