The Optoelectronic Device Group explores the optoelectronic applications of novel materials and nanostructures, focusing on high-efficiency inorganic, organic and hybrid light-emitting devices for energy and sensing applications.
- Study material and processing factors affecting the efficiency and reliability of AlInGaN light-emitting diodes, and fabricate high-brightness green, blue, and UV LEDs as lighting and excitation sources
- Synthesize organic nanostructures and develop efficient and stable organic LEDs suitable for next-generation displays and lighting
- engineer nanostructures including quantum dots, nanorods and photonic crystals for spontaneous emission modification and light extraction in optoelectronic devices.
Xian-An Cao, Assistant Professor
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