Material of the Month
|The Impact of Order and Disorder in the Doping of Semiconducting Polymers|
Semiconducting polymers are the heart of the organic electrochemical transistor, a device used in wide range of applications from neuromorphic computing to bioelectronics and energy harvesting. The design of efficient devices relies on large modulations of the polymer conductivity, fast doping/dedoping kinetics, and high ionic uptake.
This work was carried out in the group of Prof. Dr. Natalie Banerji.