Energy Research at the University of Washington

Hong Ma

Energy Research Area: High-performance (10%) and stable organic solar cells; low-voltage (<1.0 V) and high-performance organic transistors.

Research Assistant Professor
College of Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering

The field of organic electronics such as organic thin film transistors (OTFTs) and organic photovoltaics (OPVs) has been developed vastly in the past two decades due to their promise in low cost, lightweight, mechanical flexibility, versatility of chemical design and synthesis, and ease of processing. The PV technology has been increasingly recognized as part of the solution to the growing energy challenge and can be integrated as an essential component for future global energy production.

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Record last updated on November 28th 2011 PDT.