|Name||prof. Jakub Rysz|
|Department||Department of Advanced Materials Engineering|
|Laboratory||Organic Electronic Laboratory|
The aim of the project is to fabricate and characterize light emitting diodes with the emitting layer based on inorganic nanoparticles. During the internship, the student will fabricate a QLED prototype, study the electroluminescence properties including spectral analysis and optimize the layer structure of the diode.
Characterization of the device will include determination of photoluminescence intensity as a function of voltage, spectral analysis and examination of system morphology: surface topography analysis by Atomic Force Microscopy and depth profiling by dynamic Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. The obtained data will be compared to the well-known organic light emitting diode.
Main research tools
- UV-VIS Spectrometer
- current – voltage measurement system
- atomic force microscopy
- fluorescence microscopy
- secondary ion mass spectrometry
- spectral ellipsometry
Additional requirements to the candidate
- Basic knowledge of the principle of electroluminescence diode.
Possibility to continue student internship in the form of:
- Diploma thesis (master's or bachelor's degree): Yes
- PhD study: No