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Dr Ebinazar Namdas

Academic Staff and ARC Future Fellow

Dr Ebinazar Namdas has a strong international track record in the field of organic optoelectronics materials and device research across several platforms including OTFT, OLEDS, organic lasers, photo-physics and sensors. He has published more than 65 papers in top international journals including Nature Material, Nature Photonics and Advanced Materials, and also presented more than 30 talks at international conferences. Additionally, he has co-authored the first ever academic textbook on semiconducting and metallic polymers with Nobel Laureate Prof. Alan Heeger (University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA) and Prof. Serdar Sariciftci (University of Linz, Austria). The book, titled “Semiconducting and Metallic Polymers”, was published by Oxford University Press, London in 2010. The book was also recently translated into Chinese (ISBN: 7030291255; 9787030291257)

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Phone: 53274
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Research Interests Organic Semiconductors, Organic Solar cells, Semiconducting Lasers, Organic Field effect transistors, Organic light emitting diodes, Sensors

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Organic-inorganic hybrid opto-electronic devices

This research project will create the next generation of advanced materials, and novel...

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Light Emitting Field Effect transistors

Plastic or “organic” electronics are widely viewed as being the key to next generation, low cost,...

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Organic Semiconducting Lasers

Lasers have many applications in all of the branches of science and technology -- they can weld...

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