Martin Heeney is a Professor of Organic Materials in the department of chemistry at Imperial College. His research concentrates upon the design, synthesis and characterisation of organic semiconductor materials for a range of optoelectronic applications, including field effect transistors, photovoltaic devices, light emitting diodes and sensors. His research is highly multi-disciplinary and collaborative covering aspects of organic, polymer and materials chemistry with a central theme of establishing relationships between molecular design, synthetic methodology, processing and performance.
Applications from potential PhD candidates are welcome.
et al., 2019, Dithieno[3,2-b:2,3-d]arsole-containing conjugated polymers in organic photovoltaic devices, Dalton Transactions, Vol:48, ISSN:1477-9226, Pages:6676-6679
et al., 2019, Addition of the Lewis Acid Zn(C6 F5 )2 Enables Organic Transistors with a Maximum Hole Mobility in Excess of 20 cm2 V-1 s-1., Adv Mater
et al., 2019, Hybridization of local exciton and charge-transfer states reduces non-radiative voltage losses in organic solar cells, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol:141, ISSN:1520-5126, Pages:6362-6374
et al., 2019, Hybridization of Local Exciton and Charge-Transfer States Reduces Nonradiative Voltage Losses in Organic Solar Cells., J Am Chem Soc
et al., 2019, A versatile star-shaped organic semiconductor based on benzodithiophene and diketopyrrolopyrrole, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, ISSN:2050-7526