Seunghyup Yoo

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Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are now entering mainstream display markets and are also being explored for next-generation lighting applications. In both types of applications, high external quantum efficiency (EQE) is of premium importance for both low power consumption and long lifetime. It is well known that one of the bottlenecks in achieving(More)
The optical properties of dielectric-metal-dielectric (DMD) transparent electrodes are investigated from the perspectives of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). A joint experimental and theoretical study showed that the optical characteristics of OLEDs based on DMD electrodes can be widely tuned to fulfill the requirements of a target application through(More)
Organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites are emerging low-cost emitters with very high color purity, but their low luminescent efficiency is a critical drawback. We boosted the current efficiency (CE) of perovskite light-emitting diodes with a simple bilayer structure to 42.9 candela per ampere, similar to the CE of phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes,(More)
Graphene is a promising candidate to complement brittle and expensive transparent conducting oxides. Nevertheless, previous research efforts have paid little attention to reduced graphene, which can be of great benefit due to low-cost solution processing without substrate transfer. Here we demonstrate workfunction-tunable, highly conductive, N-doped reduced(More)
Doping improves performance. N- or B-doped carbon nanotubes (CNTs) uniformly dispersed in the active layer of P3HT/PCMB (poly (3-hexylthiophene/[6,6]-phenyl-C61-butyric acid methyl ester) bulk-heterojunction solar cells selectively enhance electron or hole transport and eventually help carrier collection. Specifically, the incorporation of 1.0 wt% B-doped(More)
For various applications in the electronics industry, the fabrication of electrically conductive nanoand micropatterns has become important. Conventional vacuum metal deposition and photolithography processes are widely used for high-resolution metal patterning of microelectronics. However, those conventional approaches require expensive vacuum conditions,(More)
Insulating layers based on oxides and nitrides provide high capacitance, low leakage, high breakdown field and resistance to electrical stresses when used in electronic devices based on rigid substrates. However, their typically high process temperatures and brittleness make it difficult to achieve similar performance in flexible or organic electronics.(More)
MoS2 is considered a promising two-dimensional active channel material for future nanoelectronics. However, the development of a facile, reliable, and controllable doping methodology is still critical for extending the applicability of MoS2. Here, we report surface charge transfer doping via thiol-based binding chemistry for modulating the electrical(More)
The incorporation of InP quantum-dot/N-doped multiwalled carbon nanotube (QD:NCNT) nanohybrids in the active layer of poly(3-hexylthiophene)/indene-C60 bisadduct (P3HT/ICBA) bulk-heterojuction solar cells enhances V(OC) and J(SC) . The QDs encourage exciton dissociation by promoting electron transfer, while the NCNTs enhance the transport of the separated(More)
Heteroleptic (C(∧)N)2Ir(acac) (C(∧)N = 5-MeCBbtp (5a); 4-BuCBbtp (5b); 5-BuCBbtp (5c); 5-(R)CBbtp = 2-(2'-benzothienyl)-5-(2-R-ortho-carboran-1-yl)-pyridinato-C(2),N, R = Me and n-Bu; 4-BuCBbtp = 2-(2'-benzothienyl)-4-(2-n-Bu-ortho-carboran-1-yl)-pyridinato-C(2),N, acac = acetylacetonate) complexes supported by o-carborane substituted C(∧)N-chelating ligand(More)