Prof. Data is one of Polish Leading Researcher
The general theme of EXCEED group research is based on the analysis of π-conjugated organic compounds as modern electrically conductive materials for application in organic electronics. This research has involved comprehensive studies in different scientific areas, across various scientific disciplines. Prof. Data current work is mainly devoted to the application of organic compounds as TADF (thermally activated delayed fluorescence) and RTP (room temperature phosphorescence) emitters, from molecular design through to working devices.
Synthesis of novel conjugated compounds
To go beyond the current knowledge we search, optimise and synthesize new compounds which are use in organic electronic devices
Organic PhotoVoltaics (OPV)
Part of our work is dedicated to materials for organic solar cell application and optimisation of the pure organic structure to increase efficiency.
Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLED)
Our main work is in area of novel OLED lighting where we try to develop new technologies to increase the efficiency and stability of the diode in order to make it more affordable.
Organic Self-Cleaning Layers (SCL)
One of our new area which we try to develop in implement in our organic electronic devices are organic self-cleaning layers. Such layers are really needed to decrease the number of microbes on our smartphones etc. devices
Our Main Areas of Research
- Electrochemical and spectroelectrochemical analysis of conjugated compounds in solution and solid-state.
- Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy analysis of conjugated compounds and working devices.
- Synthesis and analysis of conjugated compounds including small molecule and polymers for organic electronics application.
- Formation and analysis of Electrochromic Devices (Windows).
- Formation and analysis of organic emissive devices like Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLED), Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells (LEEC), Organic Light-Emitting Transistiors (OLET) and more.