B33
Course Coordinator: 
Ryota Kabe
Organic Photonics and Electronics
Description: 

This course covers the essential knowledge and technology of organic optoelectronics. Since the organic optoelectronics is an interdisciplinary research area, we need to understand organic molecular design and synthesis, purification, basic photophysics, device design and fabrications, and device physics. This course introduces the basics of all of these topics.

Aim: 
Students will be able to understand the basic knowledge of organic photonics and electronics together with experimental skills. Target Students: Students interested in Chemistry, Materials Sciences, and Optoelectronics
Course Content: 

1. Molecular design and organic synthesis
2. Organic synthesis and purification
3. Basics of photochemistry
4. Photophysical analysis 1 (Absorption and emission)
5. Photophysical analysis 2 (Kinetics)
6. Photophysical analysis 3 (Delayed fluorescence)
7. Photophysical analysis 4 (Environmental effects)
8. Basics of organic electronics
9. Device fabrications
10. Organic light-emitting diodes
11. Organic transistors
12. Organic solar cell
13. Organic laser

Course Type: 
Elective
Credits: 
2
Assessment: 
Performance on experiments 50%, Experiment reports 50%
Prior Knowledge: 

undergraduate level chemistry knowledge