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ProfileThe Organic Electroactive Materials (OEM) group, founded by Professor Andrew Monkman, is one of the most active research groups in the Department of Physics at Durham University. Made up of a bright and diverse team of postdoctoral and postgraduate researchers, research Fellows and many visiting scientists from around the world the OEM group is the largest group within Condensed Matter Physics section at Durham. The group has many collaborations with other leading research groups around the world as well many of the leading Industrial companies throughout Europe and Japan including CDT, Thorn Lighting, Novaled and Sumitomo. Our work is based around the study of organic molecules used in electroluminescent and solar cell application. These systems are characterized by strong charge-to-light or light-to-charge properties, and as such have many promising applications at the heart of the next generation of displays and photovoltaic devices. We also have a major focus on organic lighting. The aim of our group is to study the wide range of fascinating physical properties associated with organic electroluminescence and solar cell materials, starting from the fundamental photophysical properties of small molecules and conjugated polymers, and working all the way up to device design and manufacture.

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