Optoelectronic Organic-Inorganic Semiconductor Heterojunctions summarizes advances in the development of organic-inorganic semiconductor heterojunctions, points out challenges and possible solutions for material/device design, and evaluates prospects for commercial applications.
- Introduces the concept and basic mechanism of semiconductor heterojunctions
- Describes a series of organic-inorganic semiconductor heterojunctions with desirable electrical and optical properties for optoelectronic devices
- Discusses typical devices such as solar cells, photo-detectors, and optoelectronic memories
- Outlines the materials and device challenges as well as possible strategies to promote the commercial translation of semiconductor heterojunctions-based optoelectronic devices
Aimed at graduate students and researchers working in solid-state materials and electronics, this book offers a comprehensive yet accessible view of the state of the art and future directions.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction to Organic–Inorganic Heterojunction
Chapter 2 Energy-Level Alignment at Organic–Inorganic Heterojunctions
Chapter 3 Molecular Layer Deposition of Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Materials
Chapter 4 Scanning Tunneling Microscope and Spectroscope on Organic–Inorganic Material Heterojunction
Chapter 5 Organic-Inorganic Semiconducting Nanomaterial Heterojunctions
Chapter 6 Organic–Inorganic Heterojunction Nanowires
Chapter 7 Electroluminescence of Organic Molecular Junction in Scanning Tunneling Microscope
Chapter 8 Recent Research Progress on Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Solar Cells
Chapter 9 Nanogenerators Based on Organic–Inorganic Heterojunction Materials
Chapter 10 Organic–Inorganic Semiconductor Heterojunctions for Hybrid Light-Emitting Diodes
Chapter 11 Organic–Inorganic Semiconductor Heterojunctions for Resistive Switching Memories
Chapter 12 Optoelectronic Sensors for Health Monitoring
Chapter 13 Organic–Inorganic Semiconductor Heterojunction Photocatalysts
Prof. Zhou received his B.S. (2008) in Electronic Science and Engineering from Nanjing University, M.S. (2009) in Electronic Engineering from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Ph.D. (2013) in Physics and Materials Science from City University of Hong Kong. He is now a faculty member and principal investigator in Institute for Advanced Study, Shenzhen University. His research interests include flexible and printed electronics, nanomaterials, nanocomposite materials and nanoscale devices for technological applications such as logic circuits, memories, energy-harvesting, photonics and sensors. He has published 4 book chapters, 3 USA patents, 2 China patents and over 80 SCI papers in peer-reviewed journals. More than 20 of his works have been highlighted as cover page or frontispiece. The published papers have been extensively accessed and cited by prestigious journals. He has delivered more than 20 talks in international conferences such as IEEE, SPIE, MRS, E-MRS and ISIF.