Organic semiconductors have been attracting intensive research efforts over the last decades. Devices based on organic semiconductors have huge potential in replacing various applications of inorganic semiconductors, as they are cheap to process and easy to integrate in various systems. These devices have specific advantages of being light weight, flexible, and large area processable.

The Organic Electronics and Microsystems Research Group members use to work in strong collaboration with chemists to develop new materials and new devices. Devices are also used as tools to investigate the physical properties of organic semiconductors.

To know more about our research interests, visit Research interests.

To view the current and former research projects from our group, visit  Research projects.