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Quantum Dot Optoelectronics

Colloidal quantum dots are of great interest in application of optoelectronic devices, due to their cost-effectiveness and solution-based processability. Also, size-tunability provides a great advantage for optoelectronic device applications in that the optical properties can be easily engineered. Primarily, lead(II)-sulfide colloidal quantum dots are promising materials for photovoltaic devices due to their strong quantum confinement and high dielectric constant.

Further reading

“Suppressing Interfacial Dipoles to Minimize Open-Circuit Voltage Loss in Quantum Dot Photovoltaics” Advanced Energy Materials, 2019, 1901938 Hunhee Lim, Donghun Kim, Min-Jae Choi, Edward H. Sargent, Yeon Sik Jung,* and Jin Young Kim* [Link]

“Order-of-Magnitude, Broadband-Enhanced Light Emission from Quantum Dots Assembled in Multiscale Phase-Separated Block Copolymers” Nano Letters, 2019, 19, 10, 6827-6838 Geon Yeong Kim, Shinho Kim, Jinyoung Choi, Moohyun Kim, Hunhee Lim, Tae Won Nam, Wonseok Choi, Eugene N. Cho, Hyeuk Jin Han, Chul Hee Lee, Jong Chan, Kim, Hu Young Jeong, Sung-Yool Choi, Min Seok Jang*, Duk Young Jeon*, and Yeon Sik Jung* [Link]

“Tuning Solute-Redistribution Dynamics for Scalable Fabrication of Colloidal Quantum-Dot Optoelectronics” Advanced Materials, 2019, 1805886 Min-Jae Choi, YongJoo Kim, Hunhee Lim, Erkki Alarousu, Aniruddha Adhikari, Basamat S. Shaheen, Yong Ho Kim, Omar F. Mohammed, Edward. H. Sargent, Jin Young Kim,* and Yeon Sik Jung* [Link]