Kirigami Solar Tracker

This work is highlighted on IEEE Spectrum.

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Prof Forrest wins the 2015 Distinguished University Innovator Award

Professor Stephen Forrest was named the 2015 Distinguished University Innovator for his history of invention and taking his breakthroughs to the commercial sector. He has contributed to the science and technology behind fiber optic communications, imaging arrays, illumination devices, screen displays, and photovoltaics. Congratulations Professor Forrest!

Creating hybrid Frenkel-Wannier-Mott polaritons

This work is highlighted by College of Engineering at UM.

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Unlocking the power of organic photovoltaics as a high-reliability power source

Packaged OPV devices for device lifetime testing. Left and Center: individual subcells for a tandem OPV structure. Right: A tandem OPV.

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Effect of dipole orientation alignment on device performance

Jongchan Kim using his angle dependent p-polarised photoluminescence spectroscopy setup.

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Deep blue Phosphorescent Organic Light Emitting Diode (PHOLED)

A deep blue phosphorescent organic light-emitting diode (PHOLED) based on iridium (III) phosphor. This work is highlighted on IEEE Spectrum.

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Flexible III-V semiconductor devices using epitaxial lift-off

Photograph of lifted-off 2 in. diameter epitaxial layer containing an array of thin-film GaAs solar cells (left) and thin-film InGaP-based LED fabricated by a combination of epitaxial lift-off and cold-weld bonding to a 50 um thick KaptonĀ® sheet (right).

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