Professor Alasdair James Campbell has a BSc in Physics with Astrophysics from Queen Mary College and an MSc in Solid State Physics from Chelsea College, both parts of the University of London. He did his PhD on semiconducting polymers in the Department of Materials, Queen Mary College. He has worked as a Postdoctoral Research Assistant at Kings College, London and the University of Sheffield. In 2000 he took up his academic position at Imperial College London. He is a member of the Institute of Physics (IoP) and the Society for Information Display (SID).
His research is in the area of organic semiconductor materials and devices. This includes organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and organic field-effect transistors (OFETs) for applications such as large area, flexible and energy-efficient displays and lighting, lightweight wearable electronics, and optoelectronic sources and sensors for quantum optics and biomedicene. Current areas of focus are:
- Organic Chiral Optoelectronics
- Large-Area Contact Printed Plastic Electronics
- Organic Semiconductor Device Physics
- Biomedical Organic Electronic Sensors
- Novel Organic Semiconductor Materials, Devices and Fabrication Methods
- PhD studentships (start October 2019) (funded (UK), self-funded) in the areas of chiral optoelectronics and organic bioelectronics will be advertised on the EXSS group webpages from December 2018.
- PhD studentships (start October 2019) supported by Imperial College President’s PhD Scholarship and Imperial College China Scholarship Scheme. I am happy to discuss potential projects. Please first check the eligibility criteria before contacting.
et al., 2019, Inverting the handedness of circularly polarized luminescence from light-emitting polymers using film thickness, Acs Nano, Vol:13, ISSN:1936-0851, Pages:8099-8105
Vaklev N, Steinke J, Campbell A, 2019, Gravure printed ultra-thin dielectric for low voltage flexible organic field-effect transistors, Advanced Materials Interfaces, ISSN:2196-7350
et al., 2019, Nanoscale ion-doped polymer transistors, Nano Letters, Vol:19, ISSN:1530-6984, Pages:1712-1718
et al., 2018, Emergent Properties of an Organic Semiconductor Driven by its Molecular Chirality (vol 11, pg 8329, 2017), Acs Nano, Vol:12, ISSN:1936-0851, Pages:6343-6343
et al., 2017, High performance photolithographically-patterned polymer thin-film transistors gated with an ionic liquid/poly(ionic liquid) blend ion gel, Applied Physics Letters, Vol:110, ISSN:0003-6951