J. L. MacManus-Driscoll

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The morphology in organic photovoltaics plays a key role in determining the device efficiency. We propose a method to fabricate bilayer devices with controlled nanostructured interfaces by combining nanoimprinting and lamination techniques. This technique allows us to achieve a network structure of donor-acceptor material with a ϳ80 nm periodicity and ϳ40(More)
Metal oxide nanostructures have garnered a lot of attention for use in hybrid solar cells. We report on the synthesis of ultra-thin nanoporous anodic alumina templates on indium tin oxide (ITO)/glass substrates. These templates have been used to electrochemically deposit free-standing arrays of Cu2O (p-type) and ZnO (n-type) nanowires over device-suitable(More)
Two-phase nanocomposite heteroepitaxial films with vertical microstructures hold great promise for various (multi)functional (e.g. multiferroic) electronic device applications. With the aim of creating addressable arrays, it is necesary to form spontaneously ordered structures over large areas. However, such structures have not, so far, been demonstrated.(More)
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