Special Issue "Organic Solar Cells"
A special issue of Polymers (ISSN 2073-4360).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 August 2014)
Dr. Nanjia Zhou
Northwestern University, 2137 Sheridan Road, Catalysis Center 125, Evanston, IL 60208, USA
Organic solar cells are an important family of third generation photovoltaic technology and have stimulated extensive interest in the solar cell research community. Organic solar cells typically contain a mixture of an electron donor and an electron acceptor; either one or both of them are organic semiconductors (molecular or polymeric materials). These solar cells are light-weight, inexpensive, and compatible with large-scale roll-to-roll fabrication. Fueled by multidisciplinary research efforts, the past five years have seen a rapid advancement in their performance.
This Special Issue on “Organic Solar Cells” will discuss state-of-the-art topics concerning organic solar cells (e.g., the design and synthesis of organic semiconductors, material characterization, device photophysics and characterization, the design and fabrication of novel device architectures, etc.). The Special Issue will be of great interest to the organic solar cell research community. Your contribution to the issue will be greatly appreciated.Prof. Dr. Robert P. H. Chang
Dr. Nanjia Zhou
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