Wake Forest Physics
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Physics Undergraduates Present Research
at International Conference
(L to R) Katelyn Goetz, Claire McLellan, and Danny David at the Plastic Electronics Week Conference in Dresden, Germany
Physics majors Claire McLellan (2012), Daniel David (2012) and Katelyn Goetz (2011), working with Prof. Oana Jurchescu at Wake Forest University Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials, have presented their research results at the "Plastic Electronics Week", in Dresden, Germany. This Conference focuses on innovation in electronics, brings together professionals both from academia and industry, and is one of the most prestigious conferences in the field. This year's program included invited speakers such as the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics laureate Dr. K. Novoselov from University of Manchester, UK, and Dr. Chung, Director of Advanced OLED Technology Team at Samsung Mobile Display.
2010 Nobel Laureate Dr. K. Novoselov and WFU Undergraduate Claire McLellan at the Plastic Electronics Week Conference in Dresden, Germany
Wake Forest University students have presented:
- Tuning crystal packing by molecular design to achieve high mobility organic semiconductors, K. Goetz, E. Chapman, Z. Li, J. Anthony, O. Jurchescu, oral presentation
- Spray-Depositing Organic Thin-Films: New Approaches Towards Low-Cost Fabrication,
D. David, N. Azarova, J. Owen, M. Grimminge, E. Chapman, J. Anthony, O. Jurchescu, oral presentation
- Effect of Chemical Composition, Crystal Packing and Device Processing on Performance of Organic Transistor, C. A. McLellan, D. David, Z. A. Lamport, B. Purushothaman, E. Chapman, J. Anthony, O. Jurchescu, poster presentation
The student travel was supported by the WFU Undergraduate Student Stipend for Participation in International Conference and generous donations to the Physics Endowment by friends and alumni.