Photovoltaics & Organic Electronics

 

Modeling and simulation provides unique opportunity to study the structural, mechanical, electronic, optical and thermodynamic properties of organic molecules and is used extensively to design the next breakthrough electronic devices based on these materials. Two such examples are research into peroskovites and OLED materials.

  • Peroskovites as replacement for traditional silicon based photovoltaic cells promise more efficient conversion of light energy into electricity and significantly more flexible options for manufacture.  However challenges remain in extending the lifetime of these materials, which are prone to degradation, and in replacing toxic components. 
  • OLEDs as light sources and as display technologies need developments in multiple areas to increase the efficiency, lifetime, and performance and reduce manufacturing costs. Development of blue emitter materials that allow for improved stability and efficiency, and methods to efficiently extract the light generated are two key challenges.

Empowering the Virtual Design of Photovoltaics and Organic Electronics

BIOVIA Materials Studio supports the characterization and development of existing and novel materials for display including OLED, organic semiconductors and beyond

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