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IRG II

Functional Organic-Inorganic Electronic Interfaces

IRG2untitled2.gif Interfaces between organic and inorganic materials are now critical to many areas of science and technology, impacting such diverse areas as efficient solid-state lighting, consumer electronics and chemical/biological sensing. Yet there remains very little understanding of how to predict and control the chemical and physical properties of these interfaces at the nanoscale. The goal of our IRG on Functional Organic-Inorganic Electronic Interfaces is to develop the ability to design, fabricate and characterize interfaces between inorganic materials and organic molecular structures in such a way as to have complete control over their structural and electronic properties.