Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
We are a new laboratory studying excitonic materials and devices at the Rowland Institute at Harvard. We seek to better understand the physics in combinations of excitonic materials and use that knowledge to build more efficient devices such as LEDs and photovoltaics.
Selected Publications (* contributed equally)
- Wu, M.*, Congreve, D.N.*, Wilson, M.W.B.*, et al. “Solid-state infrared-to-visible upconversion sensitized by colloidal nanocrystals”, (2016) Nature Photonics, 10(1), 31-34. doi.org/10.1038/nphoton.2015.226
- Deotare, P.B.*, Chang, W.*, Hontz, E.*, Congreve, D.N.*, Shi, L.*, et al. “Nanoscale transport of charge transfer states in organic donor-acceptor blends”, (2015) Nature Materials, 14 (11), 1130-1134. doi.org/10.1038/nmat4424
- Chang, W.*, Congreve, D.N.*, et al. “Spin dependent charge transfer state design rules in organic photovoltaics”, (2015) Nature Communications, 6 (6415). doi.org/10.1038/ncomms7415
- Thompson, N.J.*, Wilson, M.W.B.*, Congreve, D.N.*, et al., “Energy harvesting of non-emissive triplet excitons in tetracene by emissive PbS nanocrystals”, (2014) Nature Materials 13, pp. 1039-1043. doi.org/10.1038/nmat4097
- Congreve, D.N.*, Lee, J.*, Thompson, N.J.*, et al., “External quantum efficiency above 100% in a singlet-exciton-fission-based organic photovoltaic cell”, (2013) Science, 340 (6130), pp. 334-337. doi.org/10.1126/science.1232994
Electrical Engineering Dept.
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